French President Defends Arming Syrian Rebels
Says rebels have promised guns won't fall into the wrong hands
France's president has defended his plan to supply arms to Syria's rebels, as activists mark two years since the anti-government uprising began.
Speaking after an EU meeting, Francois Hollande said the rebels had given guarantees that weapons would not fall into the wrong hands.
France and the UK want the EU to lift its arms embargo, but Germany says it has not yet decided if it agrees.