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Daybreak: Giving It Another Go

Plus little international will on Syria, and more in the news

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Syrians in Damascus march in solidarity with Dara’a.(-/AFP/Getty Images)

• Reconciled. Much more at 10. [NYT]

• Israeli Foreign Minister Lieberman inisted his government would not negotiate with the new unity Palestinian body. [AP/WP]

• The southern town of Dara’a, symbol and center of Syria’s uprising, continued to sustain a total siege. [NYT]

• The U.N. Security Council could not muster unanimty for a press statement condemning Syria; moreover, Russia seems dead-set against military intervention. [NYT]

• Sen. John McCain, recently returned from Libya, actually also came out against military intervention in Syria. [AP/WP]

• Turkey is emerging as a main broker to try to force President Assad to engage with his reform-seeking protesters. [AP/WP]

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Daybreak: Giving It Another Go

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