Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi said bloodshed in Syria would only end if there was "effective interference" from outside the country.
Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi said bloodshed in Syria would only end if there was \"effective interference\" from outside the country.
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Mr Mursi told a summit of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) in Tehran that Syria needed a peaceful transition to democracy and an end to the "oppressive regime". He added: "The bloodshed in Syria is our responsibility on all our shoulders and we have to know the bloodshed cannot stop without effective interference from all of us."
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