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Major powers agreed on Friday to implement a cessation of hostilities in Syria and to expand delivery of humanitarian aid to people caught up in the conflict, officials said.He said all participants had agreed that Syrian peace negotiations should resume in Geneva as soon as possible.He said the cessation would not apply to Islamic State and other militant groups fighting in Syria. The first peace talks in two years between belligerents in Syria collapsed last week before they began in the face an the offensive by President Bashar al-Assad's forces, one of the biggest and most consequential of the five-year war.
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