Oct 01, 2015

Europe, US split over form of Syria talks

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Nine nations or five? In speeches at this year's U.N. gathering of world leaders, major powers are increasing calls for multilateral negotiations to end the war in Syria. But Europe and the United States are split on who should be at the table. The Europeans invoke the success of the Iran nuclear talks in arguing for a similar format — with key additions. There, Iran...

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