Syria Accepts Kofi Annan's Six-Point Peace Plan

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In an act that leaves the U.N. half hopeful and half skeptical, Syria has accepted Arab League envoy Kofi Annan's six-point peace plan for ending the year-long conflict, Voice of America News reported.

Opposition members accuse President Bashar Assad of agreeing to the plan to stall for time while his troops prepare for another large-scale attack, Seattle PI reported.

British Foreign Secretary William Hague told MSNBC Assad's decision to accept the plan was only a first step. "We will continue to judge the Syrian regime by its practical actions, not by its often empty words," he told MSNBC.

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