Syria, rebels trade blame over fragile U.N. ceasefire




 
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Syria, rebels trade blame over fragile U.N. ceasefire
 
April 26th, 2012  
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Syria, rebels trade blame over fragile U.N. ceasefire
BEIRUT (Reuters) - The Syrian government and rebels traded blame on Thursday for a huge explosion which killed 16 people in the city of Hama, as a two-week-old U.N.-backed ceasefire looked increasingly fragile. Syria blamed "terrorist" bomb-makers for Wednesday's blast. Information Minister Adnan Mahmoud also accused rebel militiamen of repeated violations of the ceasefire and said Damascus was "reserving the right to respond to any violation or attack", state news agency SANA reported. ...




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