Syrian government is accused of continuing violence
The Syrian government has been accused of continuing a deadly crackdown on anti-government protesters, despite signing up to a deal earlier this week to end the violence.
The agreement involved the withdrawal of the army, the release of political prisoners and the beginning of a national dialogue.
Yet since then, it is claimed security forces have killed at least nineteen people and wounded dozens of others.
The BBC's World Affairs Editor, John Simpson reports.