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Iran says diplomacy only solution to Syria crisis at Turkey, Russia talks

Reuters Monday, 16 September 2019
Iran's president said on Monday that diplomacy, not a military approach, was the only solution to the crisis in Syria, ahead of trilateral talks with his Turkish and Russian counterparts in Ankara aimed at forging a lasting truce in the region.
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