(CNN) -- Syrian opposition activists slammed the United Nations on Sunday for suspending its observer mission in the nation, saying it is "unjustifiable and unacceptable" for the international community to fail to protect civilians from attacks. The United Nations said Saturday it is pulling back its unarmed monitors because escalating violence is limiting their ability to observe and verify reports, a major blow to a proposed peace plan.
At least 62 people were killed in Syria on Sunday, according to an opposition activist group, as the Arab League suspended a monitoring mission designed to protect Syrian civilians from government-sponsored violence. The dead includ... Read Post
(CNN) -- The United Nations' secretary-general slammed Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime Saturday, saying the government "has manifestly failed to protect civilians" and the fighting "is destroying the country.""The situatio... Read Post