Syria activists quit opposition conference

The Free Syrian Army is boycotting the conference and has described the Cairo meeting as a "conspiracy"The Syrian Revolution General Commission (SRGC) have pulled out of an opposition conference in Cairo, citing political "disputes," a statement said on Tuesday.


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