Astana talks fail to curb attacks against civilians in Syria

Recent agreements brokered by Russia, Turkey and Iran in Kazakhstan's capital Astana are failing to curb the number of civilian casualties in Syria's war.

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    Recent agreements brokered by Russia, Turkey and Iran in Kazakhstan's capital Astana are failing to curb the number of civilian casualties in Syria's war. And many people who stayed in the country are pessimistic about any breakthrough in ending the more than six-year-long war.

    Al Jazeera's Osama Bin Javaid reports from Gaziantep near the Turkish-Syrian border.


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