Nov. 28 - Few signs of a path to peace on the ground in Syria, as the battle for control of the country rages on. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Engulfed in the fog of war in Syria. Amateur video which can not be independently verified by Reuters appears to show rebel fighters using a war torn building as the front line. In Syria the frontline can be anywhere. In the capital city residents walk through rubble to view a crater in the aftermath of an airstrike. More footage appears to show smoke on the horizon as rebels claim to have taken down a government aircraft, as they struggle to break a months-long blockade by forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad. Efforts aimed at ending the 2-1/2 year old conflict which has killed more than 100,000 people have been beset by differences between Assad's opponents, mainly Western and Arab powers, and his backers, notably Iran and Russia A new round of peace talks has been set for early next year in Geneva. But in a country dominated by violence and loss there are few signs of a path to peace on the ground.