Syria's war: Turkey, Russia and Iran to discuss Idlib truce

Trilateral summit aims to negotiate peace in Syria’s last rebel-held stronghold.

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    Idlib province, where a ceasefire is now in effect, is Syria's last rebel-held stronghold.

    A four-month offensive in Idlib by forces of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has caused a massive outflow of refugees to Turkey.

    Turkey already hosts 3.6 million Syrian refugees.

    On Monday, al-Assad's allies Russia and Iran are meeting with Turkey to discuss peace.

    Al Jazeera's Jamal Elshayyal reports live from Ankara.


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