As the conflict in Syria intensifies, it seems that the violence has filtered into all aspects of life including the Internet. One example of that is a spate of new videos linked to the unrest, offering training on how to use Kalashnikov assault rifles. As RT's Sara Firth reports, many are wondering who put them up, and why they haven't been taken down..
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