Sep 17, 2015

Moscow urges US to engage Syria, offers military talks

MOSCOW (AP) — Russia on Thursday strongly urged the United States and its allies to engage the Syrian government as a "partner" in the fight against the Islamic State group, and offered to share any information about its military supplies to Damascus with Washington. New satellite imagery, meanwhile, showed the recent arrival of Russian tanks, armored personnel carriers and other military...

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