A view shows buildings damaged by what activists said was an air strike by forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad at the Armenian Christian town of Kasab March 27, 2014. REUTERS/Stringer
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The U.N. on Friday lamented the devastating violence in Syria and extended a probe into the "gross, systematic and widespread" human rights abuses in the war-ravaged country. The 47-member UN Human Rights Council adopted a resolution extending for yet another year the mandate of a commission of inquiry that it had created in 2011 . The resolution was adopted with 32 votes in favour, four against, including Russia and China, and 11 abstentions. It also deplored the frantic situation in Syria after more than three years of civil war that has killed over 146,000 people and driven millions from their homes.
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