Look at this Picture, if this was in your street would you want the government to send the army in?

Syria has a population of over 20 Million, why are we only seeing groups of 4 or 6 people at a time?

Britain and the U.S. have joined forces to demand the United Nations take further action in Syria, as President Bashar Assad's brutal military crackdown shows no sign of stopping.

Prime Minister David Cameron and U.S. President Barack Obama agreed in a telephone call last night on the 'need for international unity' - as the city of Homs was bombarded by rockets and mortars for a eleventh consecutive day.

Today's attacks saw Assad's troops attacking rebels and homes on several fronts, with Homs succumbing to severe food and fuel shortages as residents remain trapped inside their homes.

The need, Cameron's spokesman said, included: 'Further action at the UN and a broad and strong coalition in the new Friends of Syria group.' Read More

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