Syria’s war: Geneva talks end with little progress

Talks in Geneva to find a solution to the six-year war in Syria have ended with little sign of progress. The negotiations have been overshadowed by a US air strike that targeted pro-government forces, killing at least eight people.

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    Talks in Geneva to find a solution to the six-year war in Syria have ended with little sign of progress.

    The negotiations have been overshadowed by a US air strike that targeted pro-government forces, killing at least eight people.

    Al Jazeera’s Mohammed Jamjoom reports from Geneva.


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