Syria violence escalatesHours of intense shooting and clashes across Syria killed at least four people on Dec. 2 and wounded dozens more including an 11-year-old girl who was struck by stray bullets that whizzed across the border into Lebanon, activists and security officials said. [*=center] Pro-Syrian regime protesters gather during a protest against sanctions, in Damascus, Syria, on Friday Dec. 2, 2011. The Syrian violence has led to several rounds of sanctions, a key tool used by the international community to exert pressure on the regime. The measures include travel bans and asset freezes. The EU's latest sanctions, which were announced Thursday, target 12 people and 11 companies. They add to a long list of regime figures ... [*=center] Lebanese anti-Syrian regime protesters shout slogans against Syrian president Bashar Assad as they hold a poster showing Assad in an altered photo composite hanged by a rope with Arabic words reading "very soon," during a protest to show their soldarity to the Syrian protesters, in the northern city of Tripoli, Lebanon, on Friday Dec. 2, 2011. Hours of intense shooting and clashes across Syria killed at least four people Friday and wounded dozens... [*=center] A pro-Syrian regime protester flashes V-victory sign during a protest against the Arab League sanctions, in Damascus, Syria, on Monday Nov. 28, 2011. Syria's economy minister called newly approved Arab League sanctions "a dangerous precedent" that will harm ordinary people more than the regime, as tens of thousands of government supporters marched in the capital and other cities to protest against the decision. The Arab League approved on Sunday ... [*=center] In this photo taken during a government-organized tour for the media, Georgina Mtanious al-Jammal, the mother of Sari Saoud a 9-year-old boy who was shot dead in Homs three days ago while he was buying cookies from a shop, holds her son's portarit as she mourns at her house, in the village of Kfarbo in Hama province, Syria, on Thursday Dec. 1, 2011. Georgina blamed "armed terrorists" for killing her son. Syria's opposition called a general strike... [*=center] [*=center]Demonstrators demanding reformer in Syria, protest outside the Arab League headquarters in the Egyptian capital Cairo. The Arab League has sent a clear signal that Syria's neighbors do not tolerate the deadly crackdown on dissent by the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, US officials said Monday. (AFP Photo/Mahmud Hams) [*=center] A giant portrait of embattled Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is carried in a sea of thousands of Syrian demonstrators in the capital Damascus on November 28. The United States pointedly noted Tuesday that it had some differences with Russia despite its "reset" of relations with the Kremlin, after Moscow flexed its muscles on behalf of isolated Syria. (AFP Photo/Louai Beshara) [*=center] [*=center]Lebanese and Syrians living in Lebanon chant slogans as they carry banners and a picture depicting Syria's President Bashar al-Assad with a rope around his neck (L) during a protest in solidarity with Syria's anti-government protesters, in the port city of Tripoli, northern Lebanon, December 2, 2011. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim (LEBANON - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT) [*=center] In this photo taken during a government-organized tour for the media, relatives of Sari Saoud a 9-year-old boy who was shot dead in Homs three days ago while he was buying cookies from a shop, shout pro-Syrian regime and unity slogans, in the village of Kfarbo in Hama province, Syria, on Thursday Dec. 1, 2011. Georgina the mother of Sari blamed "armed terrorists" for killing her son. Syria's opposition called a general strike Thursday over ... [*=center] Burial shrouds, symbolizing bodies of the protesters who were killed during protests in Syria, are seen at an anti-Syrian government protest before the Arab Foreign Ministers emergency meeting, next to the Arab League Headquarters in Cairo November 12, 2011. REUTERS/Asmaa WaguihSOURCE: Syria violence escalates Photos | Syria violence escalates Pictures - Yahoo! NewsSyria nako kumekucha Haya tungojee mwisho wake itakuwaje?