Syrian military forces have resumed attacks in the city of Homs, activists say, despite agreeing to withdraw from urban areas under an Arab League deal.
Tanks have been shelling parts of the city, and medics at the main hospital told the BBC more than 100 bodies had arrived in the past two days.
Activists say at least nine people have been killed in protests in Homs and other cities on Friday.
Wednesday’s Arab League deal had called for an end to suppression of protests.
On Friday, Syrian state TV did announce an amnesty for anti-government fighters.
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