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Qusair: scenes of devastation

ROUGH CUT - NO REPORTER NARRATION STORY: The Syrian town of Qusair appears devastated as the Governor of Homs vows his country will be ''the graveyard of global terror.'' Syrian government forces and their Lebanese Hezbollah allies seized control of the border town on Wednesday (June 5), dealing a major defeat to rebel fighters battling to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad. Two weeks of heavy fighting has reduced many buildings to mounds of twisted concrete, whole blocks flattened by shelling, with glass and rubble littering the streets. An opposition group from the town said more than 500 rebels had died in the fighting, with a further 1,000 wounded. Facing determined Hezbollah guerrillas from neighbouring Lebanon, who swung the fight Assad's way, the survivors decided to escape in the night through a corridor that the attackers said they had deliberately left open to encourage flight. Some bodies lay in the street -- at least three men, sporting

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