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Russia, Turkey and Iran pledge to enforce Syria ceasefire

By Reuters
25 January 2017   |   7:00 am
Russia, Turkey and Iran, which back warring parties in Syria, end two days of talks in Astana, Kazakhstan with a promise to enforce the country's fragile ceasefire.

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