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Syrians cautious of opposition dialogue offer

Mouaz al-Khatib wants to hold talks with country's vice president, but not all Syrians back his initiative.
Last Modified: 08 Feb 2013 12:41

Opposition leader Mouaz al-Khatib has offered to hold talks with Syria's Vice President Farouq al-Sharaa, in an attempt to halt the violence in the country.

But there has been a mixed reaction to the offer from the head of the Syrian National Coalition.

Al Jazeera’s Zeina Khodr went to the city of Aleppo to see how people there feel about the possibility of talks.

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