Russia Defends Aleppo Assault as Syria Peace Talks in CrisisBy
Rebels must cut off ties with al-Qaeda wing, Russia envoy says
Opposition warns Assad's forces planning to recapture Aleppo
Russia defended an offensive near Syria’s Aleppo as a response to “provocations” by an al-Qaeda wing, while the opposition blamed President Bashar al-Assad’s forces for the near-collapse of an almost two-month truce and warned they are seeking to seize control of the city.
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