Sep 28, 2015

Obama, Putin clash over Assad`s fate in UN duel | Zee News

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his US counterpart Barack Obama sparred over Syria in duelling UN speeches on Monday, as Moscow and Tehran mounted a fierce defense of Bashar al-Assad. The Russian leader urged UN General Assembly members to unite to fight the Islamic State group and said it would be a disastrous error not to support Syria`s beleaguered president. Iran piled on behind Russia...

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