Fresh shelling is being reported across Syria, with dozens of alleged fatalities in the past 24 hours alone. Damascus blames the bloodshed on terrorists, funded and armed by Turkey and some of the Gulf states. The UN Security Council wants both sides of the conflict to put a complete ceasefire in place within five days, or face unspecified "further measures".
Jacob Hornberger, from the Future of Freedom Foundation, talks to RT. He says Syria's oppositon and NATO want regime change, not a ceasefire.
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