Saturday: In this picture provided by the Syrian opposition's Shaam News Network, people watch the mass burial of victims from Friday's violence in Houla. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Syrian refugee children looked out of a bus last week after they arrived at a camp in Turkey. Bulent Kilic /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Two-Way

In Syria, Peace Plan 'Is Unraveling'

"It's almost as if in certain parts of the country the ceasefire isn't in effect anymore," NPR's Kelly McEvers reports.

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An anti-regime fighter peered through a window in Idlib, Syria, on Thursday (Feb. 9, 2012). /AP hide caption

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Activists say this image, taken from a video uploaded to YouTube, shows Syrians outside a field hospital in Homs earlier today. Blood stains the sidewalk. Because few foreign journalists are inside Syria, images such as this cannot be independently verified. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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