Assad Assents to Peace Plan?

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The United Nations says 9,000 civilians have now been killed in Syria's year-long conflict between the government and its domestic opponents. Now, former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, now special UN and Arab-League envoy to Syria, says the Assad regime has accepted a peace plan for resolving the national crisis. But in Homs and other centers of rebellion, the facts on the ground appear to tell a different story, as we hear from Borzou Daragahi, who reports from Beirut, Lebanon, for the Financial Times.




Warren Olney


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