Arab League retrenches Syria monitoring, shelves UN help

01/9/2012 | Reuters · Wall Street Journal, The

The Arab League said Sunday that it would nearly double the number of monitors in Syria, from 165 to 300, to better try to hold President Bashar Al-Assad to his pledge to stop the campaign of violence against anti-government protesters. The regional Arab body said it would not ask for assistance from the United Nations before its next scheduled meeting on Jan. 19.

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