Violence across Syria killed at least 22 people – most of them civilians – as Arab leaders in Baghdad backed a peace plan during a summit focused on resolving the year-long Syrian crisis. Syrian rights activists say forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad killed at least 16 civilians in assaults on opposition hubs in central Syria and the northern province of Idlib on Thursday. The activists say rebels killed two soldiers in an ambush in Hama province. In other violence, Syrian state news agency SANA says “terrorists” shot and killed two army colonels in the city of Aleppo. Kofi Annan’s Six-Point Peace Plan A Syrian-led political process to address the aspirations and concerns of the Syrian people.
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