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> If and when the UN Resolution is passed, it could clear the way for aid access and medical evacuations.
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The latest attack came as the UN Security Council was set to vote on a 30 day cease fire, with plans to end one of the deadliest bombing campaigns of Syria's seven year old civil war. But the vote was delayed until Saturday, after Russia, a veto holding ally of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad proposed new amendments.
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>> Today and we will vote on it tomorrow, noon.>> Earlier in the day, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said that Moscow wanted guarantees that rebel fighters will not shoot at residential areas in Damascus.>>
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But it's unclear if the ceasefire would last the entire 30 days. Previous attempts have a poor record of ending the fighting and the suffering on the ground.