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By Black Radio Network Staff
 

NEW YORK - New Yorkers of Syrian and Iranian descent have added their voices to demonstrations taking place outside United Nations Headquarters in New York.

They are demanding the immediate departure of President Bashar al-Assad from Syria and the return of secular rule to the Mideast nation.


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