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Syria

Kate Seelye in Damascus reports that while Syria's new President Bashar al-Assad has yet to initiate any major reforms, there have been changes since the death of Assad's father, who ruled the country with an iron fist for three decades. For the first time, Syrians are able to speak their minds without fear of retaliation; and more and more are doing so.

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