General Mustafa Al-Sheikh, former head of the Free Syrian Army and the head of a Syrian opposition delegation visiting Moscow, gestures while speaking to the media in Moscow, Russia, Friday, Jan. 13, 2017. (AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev)
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Syria's U.N. ambassador will head the government delegation to upcoming peace talks, a Syrian daily reported Tuesday, while the opposition said it would be represented by rebel negotiator Mohammad Alloush.Rebel groups announced Monday that they would send a "military" delegation to Astana, as well as legal and political advisers from the High Negotiations Committee umbrella group.Jaafari described his rival as a "terrorist," while Alloush accused the regime of committing "massacres" in Syria.Al-Watan Tuesday reported that the government's delegation would head to Astana in pursuit of a "political solution" to the war.
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