Syrian forces loyal to President al Assad have shelled the city of Homs in the first bombings since a ceasefire began two days ago, it has been claimed. The reports of violence comes ahead of a United Nations Security Council vote later on a Western-Arab draft resolution authorising a team to monitor the fragile ceasefire.It is still unclear if Russia, one of Assad's allies, can be persuaded to pass the draft, which calls on the regime to allow access for up to 30 unarmed military observers.
(Reuters) - Syrian government forces shelled the city of Homs on Sunday and rebels attacked a police station in Aleppo province, resident opposition activists and a rights group said, in more violence four days after a ceasefire was... Read Post
Forces loyal to President Bashar Assad are again shelling the city, according to reports from Homs. There's also been fighting reported in some other places. Read Post