(CNN) -- As international envoy Kofi Annan negotiated a cease-fire in Syria, government forces raided opposition strongholds, killing and detaining residents in attacks amounting to war crimes, a rights group said Wednesday. Government forces killed at least 95 people during the two-week offensive in Idlib shortly before the cease-fire, according to Human Rights Watch.The attacks occurred in late March and early April as Annan was negotiating with the government to end the fighting, according to the group.
(CNN) - U.N.-Arab League special envoy Kofi Annan is "gravely concerned" about reports that fighting between Syrian government and opposition forces has escalated, his spokesman said Monday. "He is particularly worried about the rec... Read Post
(CNN) -- The civilian death toll mounted in Syria Wednesday as the U.N.-Arab League envoy for the country, Kofi Annan, considered a response from Syrian authorities to proposals laid out in weekend meetings, officials said. Annan "h... Read Post