U.N. Plans to Send 300 More Monitors to Syria

The U.N. votes to send more monitors to Syria in hopes to help the recent cease fire.

The U.N. security supported a legal binding resolution, calling for peace and deployed of more monitors reported USA Today.

Along with the deployment on more monitors to Syria the U.N. called for an end to the violence and demanded compliance with Kofi Annan's 6-point plan reported CNN International.

According to USA Today, while the U.N. was talking peace in New York, the cease fire in Syria was broken in the Syrian city of Homs. Syrian troops shelled neighborhoods and rebel fighters fired rocket propelled grenades, both causing more damaged to the war stricken city.

This is the first time since the Syrian conflict that the U.N. has united behind a resolution to the war in Syria reported USA Today.

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