UN wives make video plea to Syrian first lady

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The wives of Germany and England's U.N. ambassadors made a video plea to Syrian First Lady Asma Assad asking her to stop the violence in her country, CNN reported.

"Some women care for style, and some women care for their people," the video said.

Huberta Voss Wittig, wife of the German ambassador, explained their motives behind making the video.

"We want to urge Asma Assad to speak out openly for peace and to send a signal, because only if and when she does it other women can follow," told CNN.

The U.N. Security Council will meet on Thursday to assess the success of the peace plan in Syria, according to Sky News.

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