Sep 28, 2015

Obama, Putin to Meet at U.N. Amid Growing Syria Role for Russia - WSJ

The annual gathering of world leaders for the United Nations General Assembly opens Monday with the possibility of a clash between President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin overshadowing other global concerns, including climate change and the migrant crisis in Europe.

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