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Trump and Clinton didn’t discuss Aleppo once during last night’s presidential debate

The first presidential debate had many globetrotting moments: the battle against the Islamic State, support for the NATO alliance, North Korea's nuclear program and the deal to limit the one in Iran. One locale was conspicuously absent: the embattled Syrian city of Aleppo, where rebel-held zones face a renewed onslaught by Syrian and Russian forces […]
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