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GENEVA (AP) — Members of the U.N.'s top human rights body have voted to condemn Syria over the killing of more than 100 civilians last week.
The 47-nation body approved with 41 votes against three a resolution blaming "pro-regime elements" and government troops for the massacre in the Houla region that sparked international outrage.
Russia, China and Cuba voted against the U.S.-backed resolution Friday. Two countries abstained and one member didn't vote.
The resolution also call for an "international, transparent, independent and prompt investigation" into what happened and echoes calls by U.N. rights chief Navi Pillay for the U.N. Security Council to consider referring Syria to the International Criminal Court.