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    Russia Vetos France's Draft UN Resolution On Syria; Russian Draft Rejected

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    Post by Lobo Sun Oct 09, 2016 2:26 pm

    Russia Vetos France's Draft UN Resolution On Syria; Russian Draft Rejected
    The United Nations Security Council has rejected two resolutions calling for an immediate cease-fire in the besieged northern city of Aleppo.

    A resolution drafted by France and Spain that called for the grounding of all military flights as part of a cease-fire plan was vetoed on October 8 by Russia.

    Later, a Russian-drafted alternative resolution, which called for a cease-fire but did not mention the grounding of military flights over Aleppo, failed to gain the minimum of nine votes needed for adoption by the 15-member council.

    The Russian-drafted resolution received four votes of support, nine votes against it, and two abstentions.

    Hundreds of civilians have been killed by Russian and Syrian government air strikes in rebel-held neighborhoods of Aleppo since a U.S. and Russia-brokered cease-fire broke down on September 19.

    Washington has called for war crimes investigations against Russia and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s regime over the targeting of civilian areas in Aleppo.
    Based on reporting by AP, AFP, Reuters, and Interfax
    http://world.einnews.com/article/348571057/ADF2kkVFgTdVYErH

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