After the Syrian government reclaimed a northern rebel town, protesters fled into neighboring Turkey fearing a violent crackdown. But demonstrations continue to rage around the country: tens of thousands marched through Damascus' suburbs on Friday and at least 19 people were killed, according to human-rights activists. President Bashar al-Assad has promised regime reform for months, but the violence has only escalated. Assad is expected to give a speech as early as Sunday, though protesters do not believe he will step down. Meanwhile, the U.S. is reportedly weighing war-crimes charges, according to an administration official.