June 24 - Syrians fleeing a village stormed by troops in a military crackdown speak about their experience after taking refuge in Turkey. Paul Chapman reports.
The -- -- the Syrian troops -- towns and villages near the border with Turkey has sparked an exodus of Syrian refugees. Soon witnesses have reported the firing of machine guns at random. Syrian president Bashar Assad stepping up its use of military might to crush a three month popular uprising. -- -- I -- fled with his two wives and three children that are among hundreds of sorts safety in Turkey. And low -- one applaud both the book. I did hear a poet influence in the 18:12 village in the morning with fifty armored personnel carriers and a -- those cells. They demolished on houses. There were both soldiers and police offices. They killed a ninety year old Fallujah. After witnessing that we will really frighten you and we fled while -- demand as the which just the civilian widget for equality amendment that the militia as well but I'm a poet that this agency and a part of. The United States said it was concerned by reports that Syrian troops massing just half -- two moments of from the Turkish -- Washington steadily sharpened its student votes sat saying he's losing credibility and must implement reforms he's promised to get out of the way. Techies -- -- been increasingly critical -- -- previously lacking a sense trying to seek peace with Israel. As senior Turkish officials said on Sunday as -- had less than a week to start implementing political reforms before foreign intervention began. But didn't explain further. That deadline appears to be just an -- up with no sign that Syria's president is about to act. -- -- -- --