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Arab League monitors in Syria criticised

Thursday, December 29, 2011 - 01:47

Dec. 29 - As Arab League monitors are shown the dead body of a child in Homs, a French human rights group criticizes the Syrian authorities for making a mockery of the visit. Sunita Rappai reports.

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-- Syrian protest his confront Arab League peace monitors in homes. With live audio off a dead child. They say the boy was killed by Syrian government forces. Activists posted several video clips on YouTube. Of what appeared to show visits by legal senses. In the flashpoint city of palms. The Arab decommissioned got off to a rocky stops on Wednesday. When observers rejected by some homes residents often showing off with a -- yes school. The Sudanese leader of the mission also post and privacy. When he said he had seen nothing frightening in homeless and -- French human rights group Reporters Without Borders. Accused the Syrian authorities of making a mockery off the visit. You called me innovation center in little -- it'll come. -- It's a -- the CD thirty -- making a mockery of respecting the Arab League agreement by accepting the presence of observers but -- -- reasons. As a human rights torture you quote clearly showed yesterday. Some piece of some -- so -- emptied and bikinis prosecutor to other places. And his older holes pointing stick. He didn't host that it is constituted a little -- law. The Arab mission is the first significant international involvement. In serious conflict. Since the uprising against president Bashar Al Assad began in March. Sunnis in Iraq -- Voices.

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Arab League monitors in Syria criticised

Thursday, December 29, 2011 - 01:47