More than 200 people have been killed after Syrian government forces attacked a village in the province of Hama, opposition activists say.
Tremseh was first shelled by Syrian troops and then stormed by the Shabiha pro-government militia, activists quoted local residents and witnesses as saying.
The Revolution Leadership Council of Hama told Reuters that most of the dead in the village of Tremseh were civilians.
UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights chief Rami Abdel Rahman said: "Government troops bombarded the village using tanks and helicopters."
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