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Security tight ahead of Geneva talks

Security is tight on the eve of Syrian peace talks in Switzerland. Delegates began arriving with the goal of creating a mutually agreeable transitional government for Syria. The Syrian opposition leader says he won't accept anything less than the removal of President Bashar al-Assad. (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) SECRETARY GENERAL OF THE SYRIAN NATIONAL COALITION, BADR JAMOUS, SAYING: "We hope that the people of Syria inside Syria have great confidence in us. We are here to achieve the aspirations of the Syrian people and the objectives of the Syrian revolution. We will not accept less than the removal of the criminal Bashar al-Assad and changing the regime and holding the murderers accountable." The meetings come as a report published by former war crimes prosecutors included photographs they say show the systematic torture and killing of about 11,000 detainees in Syrian prisons. Assad, has denied committing war crimes. But the report adds pressure to

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