Powerful Syrian Rebel Group Says It Won’t Respect Cease-FireBy
Russia, U.S. plan truce to take effect from sundown Monday
Ahrar Al Sham says cessation of hostilities will help Assad
A powerful Syrian rebel group allied to al-Qaeda’s wing in Syria said it won’t respect a cease-fire due to start Monday, putting in jeopardy a Russian and U.S. plan meant to ease the country’s humanitarian crisis and pave the way to peace talks.
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