A spokeswoman for the International Committee for the Red Cross says evacuation of the wounded, sick, women and children from Homs, Syria, has begun.
Meanwhile, a group of countries and international entities is meeting in Tunisia to work on a plan to deliver immediate humanitarian aid, give political legitimacy to the Syrian opposition and endorse the idea of a joint Arab-U.N. peacekeeping force in the embattled nation.
At least 53 people were killed Friday in Syria's nearly yearlong crackdown on civilian protesters.
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