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30 December 2012 Military News

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  • Syria: UN-Arab League envoy warns of limited options, dangers of fragmentation UN News Centre 30 Dec 2012 -- "I am unable to see another solution out of two possibilities: either a political solution that is accepted by the Syrian people which meets its aspirations and legitimate rights, or Syria to be transformed into hell."
  • UN Envoy Calls On International Community To Save Syria From 'Hell' RFE/RL 30 Dec 2012 -- The international peace envoy for Syria has urged the global community to accept a proposal for ending the brutal 21-month conflict.
  • Nearly 400 Reported Killed in Deadly Day in Syria RIA Novosti 30 Dec 2012 -- At least 397 people were killed in Syria on Saturday in what could be the country's bloodiest day since the start of the uprising 21 months ago, the opposition Local Coordination Committees (LCC) claimed on Sunday.
  • UN Envoy Brahimi Says Has Syria Peace Plan RIA Novosti 30 Dec 2012 -- The UN and Arab League's peace envoy on Syria, Lakhdar Brahimi, said on Sunday he hoped the international community would accept a new plan to end the 21-month civil war in the Middle East country, Egyptian media reported.
  • UN Envoy Warns Syria Crisis Worsening VOA 30 Dec 2012 -- U.N.-Arab League Syria envoy Lakhdar Brahimi says the situation in Syria is deteriorating rapidly and risks getting considerably worse, if no political solution is found to the conflict.
  • Central African Republic President Offers Unity Govt to Rebels VOA 30 Dec 2012 -- The Central African Republic's President Francois Bozize says he is willing to enter into a coalition government with the rebels who have taken control of a third of his country and are poised outside the capital.
  • Pakistani leaders condemn killing of security men IRNA 30 Dec 2012 -- Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf Sunday condemned the brutal killing of 21 security men who had been kidnapped by the Taliban militants in the Northwestern country.

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