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And also here is this from Syria where some are suggesting that this is throwing gasoline.
On what is now an inferno of violence there secretary of state Hillary Clinton.
Saying that Russia is continuing to send arms to the Asad regime.
Confronted the Russians about stopping their continued arms shipments just to Syria.
We are concerned about the latest information we have that there are attack helicopters.
On the way from Russia to Syria.
Which will escalate.
The conflict quite dramatically.
It and that as we -- continuing reports -- using helicopters.
To kill of their own civilians -- -- live.
East bureau so how is this new weapon situation fueling the violence there -- Well Martha new weapons mean that -- horrific violence we've seen in Syria already could escalates in new levels.
Now -- is reportedly sending attack helicopters to Syria to support this side regime when things he's seen in recent days and weeks is that this Syrian military's use to help.
-- more more to attack.
Rebel positions in part to -- Syrian troop casualties.
And this is also because this Syrian rebels appear to be getting an influx of new weapons is well everything from -- eight -- to antitank missiles.
All this adds a more sort of violence and horrific angle to the violence that we've seen in Syria now the US denies.
Accusations by Russia that -- supplying weapons to the Syrian rebels most likely what is happening according to reports.
Is that countries like Qatar and Saudi Arabia are actually -- supplying the weapons in the US is helping facilitating coordinate those deliveries Martha.
Where everything that you're describing -- certainly has the makings of a civil war.
If indeed that -- -- -- under way so what impact does that have.
Nothing in terms of how the international community reacts to the situation in Syria that.
There's -- label civil war doesn't mean US or any other countries going to intervene militarily they've all taken that off the table what.
Because it was the UN that is label this a civil war UN peacekeepers were attacked yesterday there.
Are real concerns that UN peacekeepers who have their real eyes and -- in Syria right now may not be able to tell the world what is happening in Syria journalists of course -- out of their very tough to get information out of Syria.
So because this Syrian regime denies that it's a civil war and the rebels tonight the civil war -- very different reasons.
The term civil war could make it more more difficult for the UN's operate there it means we'll have less.
Knowledge of what's actually happening in that country.
We have so little except for these videos keep coming in and shocking they are -- thank you very much --
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