"The frustrating thing about tennis is that you will never be as good as a wall."
Thursday, March 1, 2012
7,000 deaths later and finally the UN agrees to.... condemn.
U.N. Human Rights Council Condemns Syria Crackdown
The U.N. Human Rights Council has voted to condemn Syria for potential crimes against humanity in the crackdown on rebel fighters and opposition protesters. Thirty-seven states voted to back the measure, with three opposed, including Russia and China. The vote came as the new United Nations-Arab League envoy on Syria, former Secretary-General Kofi Annan, said he plans to visit Syria in the coming days to meet directly with Assad.
Kofi Annan: "We haven’t been in touch for a couple of years, and so I will not presume anything. We will make the démarches, and time will tell. But I would plead with him that he should engage, not only with me but with the process that we are launching today."