Sep 29, 2015

Obama & Putin Spar at U.N.: Will Regime Change in Syria Further Destabilize War-Torn Nation? | Democracy Now!

President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin held their first formal meeting in two years on Monday in New York to discuss Syria and Ukraine. During the 90-minute meeting, Obama and Putin agreed that their armed forces should hold talks to avoid coming into conflict in Syria, where fighting has killed more than 200,000 people and displaced millions. Both leaders addressed the...

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