Jan 27, 2016

Syrian opposition demands answers before joining talks | TODAYonline

BEIRUT/GENEVA/PARIS - Syrian peace talks were clouded by uncertainty on Wednesday as the Saudi-backed Syrian opposition demanded a response to its demands from the United Nations and a powerful Kurdish group said its exclusion meant the negotiations would fail. The Syrian government has already agreed to join the talks that U.N. envoy Staffan de Mistura hopes to convene in an indirect format in...

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