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‘Agony of departing administration’: Russian senate leader blasts US position on Syria

Russia’s Federation Council speaker has called the US suspension of contacts with Russia over Syria settlement “an agony,” adding that she suspected the US side of intention to divide Syria into several parts that could only lead to new round of war. Read Full Article at RT.com
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