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UN meets to discuss resolution to stop Syria violence

The United Nations has met in New York to consider a draft resolution to stop the violence in Syria.

The UK, France and Germany have drafted a resolution urging President Assad to hand over power to a deputy.

Russia said it could not support the text in its current form, but it has not said it will veto it.

The BBC's Andy Moore reports.

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