In this June 20, 2011, photo taken during a government-organized tour for foreign diplomats and the media, U.S. ambassador to Syria Robert Ford covers his nose during his visit with other foreign diplomats to a mass grave in Jisr el-Shughour in northern Syria.
In this June 20, 2011, photo taken during a government-organized tour for foreign diplomats and the media, U.S. ambassador to Syria Robert Ford covers his nose during his visit with other foreign diplomats to a mass grave in Jisr el-Shughour in northern Syria. Bassem Tellawi AP
In this June 20, 2011, photo taken during a government-organized tour for foreign diplomats and the media, U.S. ambassador to Syria Robert Ford covers his nose during his visit with other foreign diplomats to a mass grave in Jisr el-Shughour in northern Syria. Bassem Tellawi AP

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