Idlib offensive: Russia and Turkey stall fighting

Syrian government's ally Russia appears to be giving Turkey a chance to stabilise opposition-controlled northwestern province, home to almost three million people, by fulfilling agreed-upon commitments in the so-called Astana process.

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    Turkey and Russia seem to have come to an unannounced agreement to stop the Syrian government from carrying out a military offensive on Idlib.

    Renewed fighting there would trigger a humanitarian crisis and lead to the collapse of the so-called Astana process.

    Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr reports from Beirut.


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