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Pictures: In Syria, a rebel siege ends in cold-blooded killing

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Syrian rebels carry a wounded comrade in a blanket away from the frontline in the town of Harem, Syria. Despite two weeks of attacking a Roman-era citadel in which pro-Assad militia are dug in, the rebels failed to secure the town.

Mustafa Karali/AP

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A group of Free Syrian Army fighters carry a wounded comrade to cover in the town of Harem, Syria.

Mustafa Karali/AP

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Free Syrian Army fighters shout at a captured pro-Bashar Assad fighter in the town of Harem, Syria. The man was executed shortly after this picture was taken.

Mustafa Karali/AP

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Members of the Free Syrian Army talk to residents during a patrol and combing operation in Harem town, Idlib Governorate.

Asmaa Waguih/REUTERS

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The body of a member of the Free Syrian Army is seen on the roof of a building after he was shot dead during fighting with pro-government forces in Harem.

Asmaa Waguih/REUTERS

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Free Syrian Army members fire on a man they suspect to be from the pro-government forces in Harem.

Asmaa Waguih/REUTERS

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Free Syrian Army members fire on a man they suspect to be from the pro-government forces during a combing operation in Harem.

Asmaa Waguih/REUTERS

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Members of the Free Syrian Army run to avoid a sniper during clashes with pro-government forces in Harem.

Asmaa Waguih/REUTERS

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A resident hides in a doorway as he talks to a member of the Free Syrian Army passing by his house during clashes with pro-government forces in Harem.

Asmaa Waguih/REUTERS

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In this Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012 photo, a Syrian rebel takes a break during fierce fighting in the town of Harem in Idlib province, Syria.

Mustafa Karali/AP

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