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Washington Faces Difficult Choices on Syriai
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February 09, 2014 3:46 PM
The United States has pushed hard for a negotiated end to the nearly three-year long civil war in Syria, and the Syrian government now says it will attend a second round of peace talks set to start Monday in Geneva. But as VOA's Jeff Seldin reports, expectations for progress are low, which may leave Washington facing some difficult choices.

Washington Faces Difficult Choices on Syria

Published February 09, 2014

The United States has pushed hard for a negotiated end to the nearly three-year long civil war in Syria, and the Syrian government now says it will attend a second round of peace talks set to start Monday in Geneva. But as VOA's Jeff Seldin reports, expectations for progress are low, which may leave Washington facing some difficult choices.


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