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Syria's opposition wants to see confidence-building steps from Damascus including a prisoner release before negotiations due this month, officials said Monday, a demand that could complicate efforts to start the talks.The United States says Assad must leave power, while Russia has sent its air force to Syria to help shore up his government's control over western Syria.The U.S. State Department said in a statement Monday that it expects meetings between opposition groups and the regime this month, hoping renewed tension between Iran and Saudi Arabia's monarchy will not affect diplomatic efforts to find a political solution for the Syrian crisis.
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