Islamic Front members take position as they clash with the Assad regime forces in the Majbal region of Aleppo.
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The newly elected head of Syria's opposition-in-exile National Coalition Monday ruled out taking part in a Russian-led bid for new talks to end the Syrian conflict.Khaled Khoja, who was elected the day before to head the opposition grouping, said Moscow's proposal was impossible. It has invited 28 opposition figures, including members of the tolerated domestic opposition as well as individual coalition members, to Moscow later this month.It remains unclear whether the coalition will seek to ban those of its members who have been invited from attending the talks in Moscow.Khoja secured 56 votes, six more than Hariri, the outgoing secretary-general of the coalition.
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