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Weekend Brings 'Worst Day Yet' For Aleppo Hospitals, And No Syria Deal In Sight

Secretary of State John Kerry spent much of the weekend meeting with his counterparts from Russia and European countries, looking for a route to a peace, or at least humanitarian aid access, in Syria.
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