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In other news Tuesday, the Syrian government ended 50 years of emergency rule, but security forces in Homs opened fire on protesters staging a sit-in. At least 17 people were reportedly killed. In Libya, government forces continued shelling Misrata as rebels appealed to NATO for more assistance.

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