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Tons -- -- and has now been a familiar site to all of us more bloodshed in Syria today Syrian forces unleashing more fire -- on opposition fighters killing dozens of people.
But Syria's state run media says the military will stop fighting in time for tomorrow's ceasefire deadline.
In the meantime international envoy Kofi and is trying to make sure that happens now he's turning for help to O'Brien.
Of -- places where invaders live in Jerusalem with more -- Iran could certainly be eighteen it is -- as we've reported Iran is supplying Syria -- weapons.
And a lot of support and expertise that they tell president -- knock it off.
He probably would what we're seeing on the ground though right now with a final assault ahead of what could be a promised com.
-- Today in Syria anything but calm you had the incoming rounds from Syrian government.
Artillery -- are this is the amateur video from inside.
Of Syria provided to us by the opposition -- -- Of course the Syrians -- promised before that they are gonna knock it off in stock.
People in those promises have come and they had been broken.
Time and time again the stakes are a little bit higher here that Syrian government though is now saying 6 AM Thursday morning local time they will stop firing they've -- themselves a huge out though they say.
They reserved her right to respond to.
Quote terrorist attacks and that's what they call all of these opposition groups that one present -- -- out.
He's quote terrorists I'm holding right now -- letter from Kofi an an a man who.
Broker this peace deal he remains optimistic he said the UN Security Council I still think.
That this cease fire could work the Russians for their part say it is up to the Syrian opposition.
Lastly -- I think a lot of people are hopeful this'll work not too many are optimistic that Syrian president to be taken at his war backed deal will see what happens Leland thank you.
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