US President-elect Donald Trump speaks during a 'Thank You Tour 2016' rally in Orlando, Florida on Dec. 16, 2016. / AFP / JIM WATSON
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U.S. President-elect Donald Trump said Friday his administration would build "safe zones" to try to help civilians trapped in Syria's bloody conflict, an idea that President Barack Obama said would be too hard to enforce.Trump and Obama spoke separately of the conflict after efforts to evacuate civilians from the city of Aleppo ground to a halt Friday after weeks of bombardments by the Syrian army.However, Obama earlier told reporters that the idea presented a "continued challenge" because safe zones would require protection by ground forces, something to which the Syrian government and its backers in Moscow and Tehran would be unlikely to agree.
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