In this photo taken on June 12, 2011 during a government-organized tour for media, a Syrian security officer shows dead bodies, some still in uniform, that were beheaded or struck on the head with an axe, near the city's Military Police building, in the town of Jisr al-Shughour, north of Damascus, Syria. Syrians poured across the border to refugee camps in Turkey, fleeing a military crackdown that sent elite forces backed by helicopters and tanks into the northern town.
In this photo taken on June 12, 2011 during a government-organized tour for media, a Syrian security officer shows dead bodies, some still in uniform, that were beheaded or struck on the head with an axe, near the city's Military Police building, in the town of Jisr al-Shughour, north of Damascus, Syria. Syrians poured across the border to refugee camps in Turkey, fleeing a military crackdown that sent elite forces backed by helicopters and tanks into the northern town. Bassem Tellawi AP
In this photo taken on June 12, 2011 during a government-organized tour for media, a Syrian security officer shows dead bodies, some still in uniform, that were beheaded or struck on the head with an axe, near the city's Military Police building, in the town of Jisr al-Shughour, north of Damascus, Syria. Syrians poured across the border to refugee camps in Turkey, fleeing a military crackdown that sent elite forces backed by helicopters and tanks into the northern town. Bassem Tellawi AP

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