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Syria: no peace, no plan | Editorial, The Guardian

As sectarian violence deepens, Russia and China must enforce the Annan plan in order to avoid a long and bloody civil war

Editorial

Two massacres have now taken place since Kofi Annan launched his peace plan, a six point ceasefire plan which the UN envoy had to admit yesterday was not being implemented. All the indications point to the slaughter at Houla and now a hamlet in Hama province called Mazraat al-Qubair being the start of things of come, not a final a spasm in a conflict that has already caused 15,000 deaths.

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