Syria Accepts UN Plan that Includes Daily Ceasefire

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

According to a spokesman for UN envoy Kofi Annan, Syria has accepted a United Nations plan to end bloodshed in the country. The plan includes a daily two-hour ceasefire by Syrian security forces to evacuate the injured and provide humanitarian aid. This plan comes as President Bashar al-Assad has traveled to the besieged Baba Amr neighborhood to inspect conditions.

Michael Bristow is a correspondent for our partner the BBC.


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