UN Monitors Head to Syria as Violence Continues

UN Monitors Head to Syria as Violence Continues

Damascus : Syria | Apr 04, 2012 at 7:36 PM PDT
Source: Voice of America
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Syrian activists prepare signs for protests at a house in a neighborhood in Damascus, Syria. United Nations monitors are headed to Syria in a mission aimed at decreasing violence in the country. Their arrival comes as Syrian forces are launching fresh daily attacks in several rebellious regions,... FULL ARTICLE AT Voice of America
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