President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin met last week in China on the sidelines of an international summit of major economies but failed to break an impasse between the two countries over how to reduce violence in Syria.
President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin met last week in China on the sidelines of an international summit of major economies but failed to break an impasse between the two countries over how to reduce violence in Syria. Alexei Druzhinin Associated Press
President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin met last week in China on the sidelines of an international summit of major economies but failed to break an impasse between the two countries over how to reduce violence in Syria. Alexei Druzhinin Associated Press

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