A handout image obtained from the official facebook page of Syrian Presidency shows Syrian President Bashar Assad speaking to the press in Damascus on November 14, 2015. AFP PHOTO / HO / THE OFFICIAL FACEBOOK PAGE OF THE SYRIAN PRESIDENCY
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Syrian President Bashar Assad on Saturday condemned Friday's deadly attacks by ISIS in Paris but said the West's "flawed" policies in Syria, especially that of France, was partly to blame.France launched airstrikes against ISIS in Syria in September, saying it wanted to prevent the group from carrying out attacks against French interests and protect Syrian civilians.Assad met with a French delegation on Saturday, state media reported, though this appeared to be unconnected to Friday's attacks.
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