Syria’s war: Turkey and Russia vow to cooperate

The war in Syria has dominated talks between former foes Turkey and Russia in Moscow on Friday, President Putin expressed some optimism about a peace deal.

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    The war in Syria has dominated talks between former foes Turkey and Russia in Moscow on Friday.

    President Putin expressed some optimism about a peace deal.

    The two support opposing sides in the war, but helped broker a ceasefire in December and backed two rounds of talks aimed at consolidating the truce.

    Al Jazeera's Rory Challands reports from Moscow.


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