September 28th, 2012
06:30 AM ET

World leaders meet again as rebels, Syrian forces battle for Aleppo

World leaders gather again Friday to discuss the Syrian civil war as pressure for a resolution mounts. The meeting will focus on uniting the fractured opposition and providing humanitarian aid to the skyrocketing number of refugees fleeing the bloodshed.

Here are the latest developments in the Syrian civil war.

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  1. Tom

    If the US does not choose to influence things in a positive way that role will be filled by Russia and China. The Syrian's can't do anything themselves against a modern regime and military without support. Fool. Furthermore, America, and the international community have a vested interest in stability throughout the region and the rest of the world. FINALLY, the USA is pushing for democracy, you realize that is lierally self determination, so exactly what you are saying. It must be amazingly peaceful to be so stupid.

    September 28, 2012 at 1:02 pm | Reply
    • Lyndsie Graham

      What the U.S. and it's NATO allies are pushing for Tom, is to create another pseudo-democracy in Syria which can be controlled from Washington D.C. through the C.I.A. That has already been done in Iraq and they're trying now to do the same thing in Afghanistan!

      September 28, 2012 at 1:18 pm | Reply
  2. George Patton

    As long as the West continues to aid and abet the so-called "Syrian rebels" , a cease fire seems to be a long way off. Furthermore, the White House needs to drop it's demands for a so-called "regime change" there. We Americans have no right to decide Syria's future. Only the Syrians themselves have that right!!!

    September 28, 2012 at 10:33 am | Reply

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