Mar 17, 2012, 09.55 AM | Source: Tech2.com
Political campaigns and international issues have a way of garnering human interest across the social networks.
Political campaigns and international issues have a way of garnering human interest across the social networks. March 15th, 2011, anti government protests started in Syria and thus ensued constant violence between the government of Syria and protestors. While there have been many casualties, including those involving non-Syrians, like reporters Marie Colvin and Anthony Shadid, there has been much dissent among protesters in Syria and reporters sending inside stories that by and large, the Syrians have been ignored and the international community has done little to get involved. Russia and China have vetoed United Nations Security Council resolutions to condemn the President of Syria, Bashal Al-Assad. However, now, a campaign, #UniteForSyria is making its way across Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
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