The head of the United Nations demanded Sunday that President Bashar al-Assad "stop killing" his people, a call that comes as an a fact-finding mission to determine whether the Syrian government is abiding by an agreement to end the violence nears a conclusion.
"Today, I say again to President Assad of Syria: Stop the violence. Stop killing your people," U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said during a conference in Lebanon. "The path of repression is a dead end."FULL STORY