UN Security Council and action in Syria against Assad
The Syria conflict has divided the UN Security Council and Russia appears to hold different ideas about the role and future of President Bashar al-Assad.
Adam Fleming reports on the dilemma for those countries that want to intervene in Syria - either to take action or wait for the backing of a grid-locked UN.
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