Sep 16, 2015

Syrian president says priority is defeating terrorism

BEIRUT (AP) — Syria's president Bashar Assad urged Syrian political and armed factions to unite in the fight against terrorist groups and said in comments aired Tuesday that there can be no political solution for the country's brutal civil war before terrorism is defeated. Speaking in an interview with Russian media, he also blamed Europe for the refugee crisis currently hitting the continent...

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