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New developments in the growing crisis in Syria the UN envoy calling -- transitional government to run the country.
In order to end the conflict now as Russia's foreign minister.
Make some -- remarks on the chances of such a plan actually working saying that is so necessary to try to reach a peaceful solution.
Leave -- -- live in our mideast bureau with more honestly -- Heather this is just bringing back up plan it was proposed backing June it was dead on arrival then little reason to think this is gonna make any.
Material difference the Russian foreign minister said.
That he feared that Syria could turn into a bloody chaos and it was not some kind of negotiated settlement many from looking at the video that we see every day now coming out of -- would -- -- is already.
In a bloody chaos more than 40000 people killed.
So far in this uprising that death -- continues to rise every day is the rebels are now.
Starting to gain momentum a little bit they're pushing into Damascus that bush used some of the other.
Larger cities with the same -- regime is growing.
More desperate more airstrikes -- shelling of civilian areas and those kinds of things the only.
Last hope might be the Russians who at some point could break away from president -- and they protected in trying to protect their own interest in.
Gain some kind of traction influence inside Syria by negotiating some settlement.
So far -- the Russians refused to endorse any plan.
There has president decide -- -- and president Asad says he's not leaving we are indeed at an impasse is the violence.
Continues there inside of Syria and on Syria's borders there is now exponential increase.
In the number of refugees that are flowing across -- 150000.
Just in Turkey and more coming across every day women children babies -- -- coming with only what they have on their back all these people need to be clothed.
They need to be fed and right now during the winter there in Syria they also need to be kept warm which is becoming.
An increasingly difficult proposition also on the Jordanian border we are seeing a lot of refugees flow across the coming.
It increasingly difficult humanitarian deal with -- and also.
Brings it a big question that if there is no peace deal and -- the Syrian civil war continues as most experts expect it will not for a matter of months of brain matter of years.
What do you do with all these people now hundreds of thousands of them who are living in camps and -- simply are too afraid and rightly so to go home.
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