Syrian government renews attacks on Homs
June 12 , 2012
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Syrian government forces renewed their attacks in the north of Homs on Monday as helicopters were seen firing on rebel strongholds.
Joint UN-Arab League envoy Kofi Annan has voiced his concern over civilians that may be trapped in Homs and al-Haffa, a town in the Latakia province.
U.S. State Department officials fear the government may be planning "another massacre".
Annan brokered a six-point peace plan, including a ceasefire, which came into nominal effect two months ago but has since been virtually abandoned.
According to the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, at least 74 people were killed across Syria on Monday.