U.S., Russia Agree on Cease-Fire Deal to Ease Syria CrisisBy and
Nationwide ceasefire would start at sundown on Sept. 12
Human rights group reports shelling, bombing hours after deal
The U.S. and Russia agreed to impose a cease-fire in Syria’s bloody civil war, seeking to ease the country’s deepening humanitarian crisis and begin talks on a political transition that opponents of President Bashar al-Assad hope will lead to his ouster.
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