U.N. sending more observers to Syria


The United Nations Security Council unanimously approved sending more cease-fire observers to the battered nation of Syria. The government and resistance agreed to end the struggle last week, but hostilities have continued, claiming more lives.

Assad has killed 13,705 civilians, including 933 children. 65,000+ missing. 212,000+ detained. Syria bleeds, world watches. #Syria (SRCC)

— Nora Basha (@Nora0315) April 21, 2012

37 killed today in #Syria including 5 under torture, 6 from FSA, 8 of 1 family was fleeing 2 Jordan. via LCCsy.

— Maisa Akbik (@M_akbik) April 21, 2012

The United States ambassador to the U.N., Susan Rice, said this:

UNSC just voted unanimously to authorize full #UN supervision mission in #Syria, but U.S. is sober about the risks.

— Susan Rice (@AmbassadorRice) April 21, 2012

We, our allies & others in #UNSC are preparing for actions that will be required of us all if Asad persist in the slaughter. #Syria

— Susan Rice (@AmbassadorRice) April 21, 2012

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/04/21/u-n-sending-more-observers-to-syria/

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