Nov 03, 2015

With no hint of irony, Qatar, China and Saudi Arabia have called for 'free and fair elections' in Syria

Some of the biggest major international players that are deemed to be on either side of the conflict in Syria met for the first time for peace talks in Vienna last week.

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