Syrian army soldiers and civilians inspect the site of two explosions that hit the Arzouna bridge area at the entrance to Tartous, Syria in this handout picture provided by SANA on Sept. 5, 2016. SANA/Handout via REUTERS
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A string of bombings claimed by ISIS killed dozens across Syria Monday, as Washington and Moscow failed to agree on a deal to stem the country's violence.The two powers failed to produce an expected deal to ease the violence in Syria, where more than 290,000 people have been killed and more than half the population displaced since March 2011 .Turkey began an operation inside Syria on Aug. 24, targeting both ISIS but also Syrian Kurdish forces that have been a key US partner in the fight against the extremist group in Syria.- Obama, Putin talk Syria deal -- A State Department spokesman said Monday that Washington's envoy to the U.S.-led coalition against ISIS had been in Syria and Turkey last week holding talks with Syrian Kurdish forces and Turkish officials.Washington has urged Kurdish forces to honor a pledge to withdraw east of the Euphrates river to allay Turkish fears of a contiguous semi-autonomous Kurdish zone in Syria.
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