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-- -- good morning everybody got a -- alert right now a horrific new look at the bloodshed in the civil war in Syria would warn you now.
The images you're about to see are extremely graphic UN observers -- more than a dozen bodies.
Lined up in a row blindfolded face down hands tied behind their backs apparently shot execution style.
It is just the latest ripple in this violence good morning everybody I'm Bill Hemmer welcome here to America's news.
The good morning I'm Martha MacCallum boy those pictures are really a devastating and the violence in Syria is continuing to spin out of control.
People understandably are desperately trying to get out of the country right now.
This picture really says so much this morning a Syrian woman carrying her son.
Suffering from a gunshot -- trying to escape the carnage just trying desperately to get across that.
Border and there's only so much we can report on the inside that country -- -- mideast bureau what happened today Connor.
Well the ability violence is continued in Syria for the past 48 hours or so the area in central Syria has just been pounded.
By Syrian artillery and rockets this is where our homes and pull out.
-- happen on Friday this area is just been hit hard the past 48 hours or so by Syrian artillery.
And Yankee who.
UNC today urged thing called on the Syrian government to end all of the violence in yesterday.
-- Syrian rebels announced that they want an ultimatum they said by Friday at noon local time in Syria they want return to the cease fire that seems really unlikely considering.
What we've seen the past three or four days in Syria and really for the past week or so since.
The massacre -- -- on Friday.
Now the United States and other countries as sort of signal that they're gonna continue down as diplomatic path in -- -- -- to end the bloodshed in Syria but that's so far has dot.
Produce anything other than sort of headlines in condemnations.
-- right now this violence is likely to continue.
For the foreseeable future -- on that note about diplomacy the UN ambassador Susan Rice warns of diplomacy fails the wider region could be drawn into a much bigger war.
How likely at the moment is that.
Well that's the biggest fear in this region particularly in Israel here where there is a great concern about what might happen next season -- -- talking yesterday some to people of the United Nations simply saying that if if side bit larger diplomatic push fails that the entire region will be involved and the wider conflict in this area.
And sort of echoing that theme in almost -- -- a threat the -- government.
Say yesterday that.
If the United States or other countries intervene militarily in Syria.
And that Israel will be attacks of that threat is being taken very serious here in Israel where there's a lot of concern about Israel.
And -- in terms of the nuclear issue but also in terms of the the larger wider war in Syria there is a lot of concern in the Middle East about what happens next -- right now it is a diplomatic push.
By the United States and international community in the UN it seems to be the only real option that to anybody is considered right now right now.
Military intervention in Syria seems to be off the table for most of the international community you know more more tender by the day -- -- thank you in Jerusalem there are.
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