Sep 29, 2015

Obama and Putin: Awkward moments, few breakthroughs

NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin's first formal meeting in more than two years started with an awkward handshake and ended without a breakthrough on Syria, a crisis that has strained their already tense relationship. On the biggest issue that divides them in Syria — the status of embattled leader Bashar Assad — Obama and Putin left their discussions...

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