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It's Thursday night.
Another deadly attack on a government power center in Syria this time a police station.
Reports dozens of security personnel -- forces loyal to the president are dead and wounded.
And late word suggests the president himself Bashar Al Assad has fled the capital city.
He was noticeably absent after yesterday's bombing of a government building.
And some report that he's directing the government response -- -- top lieutenants deaths from a resort somewhere on the Mediterranean -- We can't confirm that here's what we do know the US reports its closely monitoring serious chemical weapons.
And today the UN Security Council -- -- and failed to try to stop the slaughter.
Before the rebels today -- to be made.
-- headquarters in the capital sparking an intense firefight in the streets they report dozens of cops and military members are dead.
The opposition also says they've taken over bases on the borders with Iraq -- Turkey and at the same time.
Thousands of Syrians race to escape the fighting hundreds of cars and taxis and buses reportedly crossing the border into Lebanon.
And today for the third time China and Russia are standing behind the murdering Syrian president vetoing a United Nations resolution.
Which -- to hold the Bashar Al Assad accountable for killing his own people in all more than 171000.
Men women and children did according to activists.
To hear from western diplomats China and Russia have signed the death -- -- of many more.
Listen to and apparently furious at Susan Rice the US ambassador to the UN -- The Security Council has failed utterly.
In its most important task.
On its agenda this year one can only hope that one day.
-- fort too many thousands more die.
That Russia and China will stop protecting aside.
And allow this council to play.
It's proper role she says that veto will cost more innocent lives something summed up on this little boy's side if you do not help us we will be killed.
Rebels report more than 250.
People killed today alone again Fox News can't confirm that.
But if true it would make this the deadliest day in Syria in more than a year of fighting.
It's fox up story in the fox were sheep or -- Jonathan Hunt is on it live with the United Nations it would appear at -- last.
The united -- the United States he's running out of patience with the UN.
Yet there is deep frustration amongst US and although western officials -- The -- once again for the third time by Russia and China of a UN Security Council resolution on the -- forwarding Syria.
Susan Rice the US ambassador to the UN clearly -- very angry at that -- hinting.
Quite strongly that the US may now act outside.
The security -- listen to this.
Will continue to support the Syrian people.
We'll continue to support any prospect for peaceful political transition we'll continue to provide.
Humanitarian assistance and they.
But we and -- increasingly we'll have no choice but to look to partnerships.
And actions outside of this council.
To protect the Syrian people.
Outside of this canceled that is very significant language it might mean more unilateral sanctions from the US.
It could be suggestion.
That then maybe some quiet bombing of the rebels Susan Rice has not made clear exactly what she meant by -- There are numerous reports Jonathan on the whereabouts of Bashar Al -- side and not surprisingly.
They all tell a different story.
Yet we reported right here on fox report last night they are rumored that is not doing Iran is once again that president -- May have fled to the West Coast city of -- -- yet that's what we reported last night but it appears where -- he is he is still directing.
A very strong fight against the rebels he basically has two choices to -- All to fight but it appears if he is going out he is going to go out in a blaze.
Of violence against those who he still claims are terrorists.
But either way it appears that the US has decided that the end game has begun the -- That is why there is now urging consideration of -- action to take next -- Jonathan Hunt at the UN and in Manhattan this evening Jonathan thank.
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