Syria's main opposition leader has said the 21 UN peacekeepers who were detained by armed fighters on the Syrian-Israeli border are safe and will be released, US news anchor Christiane Amanpour reports.
BREAKING NEWS EXCLUSIVE: #Syria’s Opposition President tells me U.N. Peacekeepers safe and sound and will be released...
... Moaz al-Khatib says U.N. Peacekeepers were not kidnapped, but according to him were removed from the battlefield for their own safety.
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