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Published on Jul 11, 2012
Yesterday, Kofi Annan, a UN and Arab League envoy, again insisted that Iran should have a role in resolving the Syrian conflict, despite Washington's objections. Meanwhile, the United Nation's self-imposed July 20 deadline is approaching, when the UN Security Council must decide whether it will renew the mission of 300 observers who were to monitor Syria's implementation of the plan.
The ongoing instability in Syria has also prompted Lebanon to begin fortifying its border adjoining the war-torn country. And further north, Russia announced yesterday that it had shipped 11 warships to the eastern Mediterranean.
Stephen Flurry reports from Jerusalem on the effects of the continuing violence in Syria.