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Breaking news first -- on reports that we're getting of another massacre in Syria UN observers have been turned away from a tiny Syrian town where activists say.
Nearly eighty people have been killed and more even half of them.
Women and children.
Many said to be killed at close range are Connell how -- joining us from our mideast bureau.
-- what's the latest overnight.
-- Jamie -- aside activist say that more than eighty people were killed in the Syrian town of can be aired just outside hum now that total could actually raise to more than a hundred according to activists on the ground however Fox News.
Stresses that we cannot confirm these claims -- the UN it has sense.
Advisors and observers to show find out what is actually happen in this town of -- However it may have reportedly been turned away according to UN officials.
Prevented by Syrian.
Troops and also civilians in the area now Syrian state television is actually reporting.
That the UN observers have gotten into that area now are.
At the master site but we can't confirm that either we're still waiting on official numbers and word of what actually happened.
From the UN observers on the ground -- but what activists say happened is that.
A Syrian militia and the Syrian troops attacked the -- of could be -- in the past 24 hours.
-- least eighty people they say were killed -- that number could rise to roughly a hundred or so of course the Asad regime is saying that this.
Is not bear a responsibility.
They say it was the act of armed terrorist and -- -- Jamie.
That I -- course whether that's true or not who knows they know it sounds like they are involved to a certain extent at least some government forces and the question is I guess we have to ask.
Who in the international community will stepped up to help them.
Even if it's just -- aid for the folks -- are being affected one country that wants to help and will talk to the UN about it I'm sure is a rotten.
How concerned are people there about getting what they need from those who truly want to give it.
Well the UN has.
Been issued visas and -- workers had an issue visas to allow some more -- to get into Syria particularly some of the hardest hit areas the UN is now working.
On the new plan to try to.
Create a contact group that includes Iran.
-- previously Iran has not been sort of part of the discussions of Kofi Annan the UN envoy is meeting in the UN today.
He's going to be he's trying to put suspended on US France rated.
Turkey but also Iran and Russia in China there's hope that this would sort of create some type of political momentum for a peaceful solution.
That seems very unlikely considered all the violence we've seen on the ground game that plus Syria and Iran will have to keep an eye on congress thank you so much good report and today.
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