Doubts remain about cease-fire In Syria

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By Brett Stolpestad

Lakhdar Brahimi, envoy to Syria, announced a cease-fire Wednesday for the upcoming Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha, but doubts remain whether the cease-fire will hold, the Los Angeles Times reported.

The United Nations Security Council fully endorsed Brahimi's effort to push for a four day cease-fire but there are still many doubts that the cease-fire will hold, the New York Times reported.

The United Nations Security Council also hoped that that four day cease fire will be maintained as a long lasting and stable cease-fire, the New York Times reported.

Questions remain about which of the warring parties will honor the cease fire as well as how the cease-fire will be enforced, the New York Times reported.

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