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> If and when the UN Resolution is passed, it could clear the way for aid access and medical evacuations.
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.
>> 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.>>
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.