Nightly News | May 14, 2012
>>> overseas in syria , there's virtually no sign of anything resembling a peace process . there's renewed violence there. we have the latest on yet another deadly day.
>> good evening. it's described as one of the deadliest attacks on government forces since the 14-month uprising against the rule of bashar al assad began. the free syrian army fighting the government, said it carried out the ambush against the syrian military in central syria , killing 23 soldiers. amateur footage posted online show s burned out tanks in the aftermath of the attack. they say 16 people were killed by government forces in proprotests across the country on monday. the syrian government did not confirm the incident but has pointed to these types of attacks, including a deadly blast that killed 15 people on thursday, as evidence of the terrorism it's fighting. on monday, more u.n.ov observe frs arrived into syria . 250 are deployed across the country to make sure both sides employ the peace plan . but decide the arrive of more u.n. observers, the killing hasn't stopped, leaving many to question if the peace plan has all but failed.