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U.N. observers prepare to enter Syria

DAMASCUS, Syria – United Nations observers prepared to enter Syria, with a shaky cease-fire apparently holding in much of the country, officials said. There were reports of violence and deaths in some areas. Ahmad Fawzi, a spokesman for U.N.-Arab League … Continue reading

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UN could approve Syria monitors Friday, envoys say

The U.N. Security Council could approve on Friday a resolution to send unarmed U.N. observers to Syria to monitor a fragile ceasefire in the 13-month conflict that has brought the country to the brink of civil war, diplomats said. U.N. Arab League … Continue reading

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Video: Syria urged to respect ceasefire

The United Nations is discussing a plan to send 30 unarmed observers into Syria to monitor a ceasefire there.

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Video: UN Security Council mulls observer mission to Syria

The UN Security Council has convened to draft a resolution to send observers into Syria. Al Jazeera’s Cath Turner reports from New York.

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UN to send peace-keeping general ahead of observer mission to Syria

Annan tells Security Council that regime has not fully complied with terms of six-point plan. United Nations chief Ban Ki-moon said yesterday that plans were being made to send observers to Syria, starting with the dispatch of a UN peacekeeping … Continue reading

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Syria’s ‘very fragile’ ceasefire could see UN observers on the ground in days

By: Ian Black Efforts to build on a “very fragile” Syrian ceasefire are accelerating, with detailed plans to deploy UN observers within days being drawn up to keep up pressure on Bashar al-Assad for a peaceful outcome to the bloodiest … Continue reading

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Annan wants international observers in Syria by Sunday

The envoy of the UN and the Arab League to Syria, Kofi Annan “decided to send a mission to Damascus, “by next week” to discuss the terms of a compliance mechanism and international observation, “he announced today his spokesman, Ahmad … Continue reading

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Video: Observers exit Syria as new violence erupts

Pressure on Syria to end 10 months of bloodshed has so far produced few results. Gulf states led by Saudi Arabia have pulled out of the Arab League’s observers mission, asking the U.N. to intervene

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How the Arab League Can Save Syria

By: Kate Seelye The Arab League observer mission to Syria—sent under an agreement with the Syrian government to withdraw forces from the cities, release all political prisoners and allow monitors and journalists free movement throughout the country—has utterly failed and … Continue reading

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Video: Inside the World of a Monitor in Syria

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