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Syria’s ‘very fragile’ ceasefire could see UN observers on the ground in days | The Guardian

Efforts to build on a “very fragile” Syrian ceasefire are accelerating, with detailed plans to deploy UN observers within days being drawn up to keep up pressure on President Bashar al-Assad for a peaceful outcome to the bloodiest chapter of the Arab spring.

Kofi Annan, the international envoy, has told the UN security council that a truce was being partially observed, though the regime and the opposition accused each other of breaching it in the first hours after it began at 6am.

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