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Syrian rebels reject Russian plan

Opposition fighters warn that war will take longer and thousands more will die as US accepts Putin's initiative.

Last Modified: 12 Sep 2013 14:00
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Rebels fighting against Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime warn that if they do not get enough support soon, the war will take longer and thousands more Syrians will die.

Meanwhile, General Salim Idris, commander of the Supreme Military Council, has rejected Russian President Vladimir Putin's plan to deal with Assad's chemical weapons.

Al Jazeera's Hashem Ahalbarra wraps up the developments inside Syria.


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