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Kofi Annan’s Legacy Threatened by Syria’s Violence

Wednesday, 30 May 2012

After excelling in diplomacy for years, Kofi Annan is being criticized for his peace plan for Syria, which continues to have violence despite a cease-fire.
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Source: IBTimes.com - on May 31, 2012

News video: Annan Arrives in Beirut to Hold Talks On Syria

Annan Arrives in Beirut to Hold Talks On Syria

Kofi Annan, the U.N.-Arab League envoy, held talks with officials in Beirut on Thursday (May 31) as pressure was mounting on his peace plan to resolve the 15-month crisis in Syria.

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