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First Syria talks in more than a year 'better than expected' but no handshake

Reuters Friday, 8 November 2019 ()
The opening round of the first Syrian peace talks in more than a year went "better than most people would have expected", a U.N. envoy said, although delegates described a chilly atmosphere with those from opposing sides not yet shaking hands.
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