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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry Thursday put in a last-ditch plea to Syria's opposition-in-exile to attend next week's peace talks in Switzerland.In Washington, Kerry said the leader of Syria going forward must be agreed upon by both parties – he said it was inconceivable that the opposition would ever agree to allowing Syrian President Bashar Assad, who is accused of brutally fighting against his own people, to lead the nation.Khaled Dahowd, an executive member of the National Coordination Body, accused Russia and the U.S. of rushing the talks to promote their own interests in the region, rather than those of the Syrian people.
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