SYDNEY (AP) Syrian President Bashar Assad says Western nations publicly critical of his regime have been quietly sending security officials to collaborate with his war-ravaged country.

Assad told Australia's SBS news channel in an interview broadcast Friday that there is a double standard in the West. He says Western nations attack him politically but send officials to deal with him behind the scenes.

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