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Image 8 of The Courier Journal, April 15, 2012

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Russia and China vetoed two previous resolutions that would have condemned Syrian President Bashar Assad’s government for its bloody crackdown on protesters, calling them unbalanced because they demanded the government stop attacks, but not the opposition. Russia, accused Western nations of seeking regime change. But the Russians and Chinese, allies of Assad’s government, joined the U.S. and European opponents of the Syrian regime in supporting this resolution, which backs Annan’s plan initially by authorizing the deployment of the first wave of U.N. military Zone: KY 2012 IS250 AWD $309* per month NEW U.S. Ambassador Susan Rice said, “The council has taken a step towards fulfilling its own responsibilities.” AP observers to monitor a fragile cease-fire that held fairly well for two days but was broken more seriously on Saturday. Annan welcomed the action, saying he and U.N. 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