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Syrians vote amid heavy security, scattered violence

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Syrians went to polls across the country Monday as more than 7,000 candidates vied for 250 seats in parliament amid mounting international pressure on President Bashar al-Assad to step aside.

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The opposition urged Syrians to boycott the elections, saying a vote for any of the candidates amounted to a vote for al-Assad.

"We are moving ahead till we topple the regime," read a slogan on an opposition election poster that purported to show its candidates: victims of al-Assad's violent crackdown on those calling for his ouster.

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