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Syrian peace plan falters; Russia warns against “plots”

By: Thomas Grove and Oliver Holmes BEIRUT, Lebanon – Both rebels and forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad are intensifying violence in Syria and striving for military gains rather than peaceful transition, the chief U.N. monitor in Syria said on Friday. Major-General Robert Mood’s … Continue reading

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Annan’s Mission Impossible

By: Salman Shaikh The world is learning hard lessons in Syria. The United States has already admitted that the mission of U.N. and Arab League special envoy Kofi Annan is likely to fail, and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton … Continue reading

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UN envoy says world must prevent civil war in Syria

GENEVA: International mediator Kofi Annan said on Tuesday the world cannot allow Syria to descend into full-scale civil war and that the day may come to take a “different tack” than his peace plan. Annan, speaking to reporters in Geneva … Continue reading

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Syria ceasefire: five potential stumbling blocks

By: Ian Black If Kofi Annan’s plan fails, the UN security council will lose patience and get tougher with President Bashar al-Assad. Opposition demonstrations If the ceasefire holds – a big if – the Syrian opposition will test the Annan … Continue reading

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