Posted 27.03.2012 10:51:26 UTC
Updated 27.03.2012 13:29:23 UTC
Violence in Syria is going beyond national borders.
The latest reports say that the Syrian army crossed the border into Lebanon in hot pursuit of the opposition forces, injuring two Lebanese in the meantime.
Some 35 Syrian troops crossed into Lebanon to fight the opposition forces and some buildings were damaged during the clash.
Lebanese Foreign Minister Adnan Mansour, however, has denied the allegation of border-crossing saying that there has been no border violation and no information in that regard has been obtained from the Lebanese army either.
In the meantime., efforts for peace are also underway.
The Damascus administration has said it accepts Kofi Annan's 6-article peace plan.
Annan qualified that step as important and said what was even more important was to have it implemented.
Annan's plan involves a daily two-hour period for humanitarian aid and the withdrawal of government troops from cities, though it does not include any demand for Al Assad to step down.
Kofi Annan who had talks in Moscow and Beijing had succeeded in getting support for his plan.
Russia said the Annan plan could be the last chance to end the war in Syria while China called on all sides in Syria to support Annan's efforts of mediation.
In the meantime, Turkish Airlines has said it is going to halt scheduled flights to Syria as of Sunday.