The United Nations said Saturday that they will send unarmed monitors to Syria to oversee the three-day-old ceasefire, as reports came in earlier Saturday that Syrian forces shelled dissidents again. The Security Council finally came to an agreement after Russia approved several changes to the resolution that allowed for the small army of monitors. Meanwhile, in Syria, the bombings have reportedly targeted two major hubs, Jouret al-Shiyah and al-Qaradis. The violence comes after five were killed Friday when security forces opened fire at a protest. In Aleppo, there were reports that a funeral procession was fired on.