A member of the Syrian regime forces fires towards rebel positions near the village of Sawwan, south of Khanasser, in the Aleppo governorate on November 19, 2017. AFP / George OURFALIAN
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Russia's planned peace talks among Syrian groups will only succeed if the opposition ends its fight against the government, a senior adviser to President Bashar Assad said Thursday.Russian President Vladimir Putin met Assad as well as the leaders of Iran and Turkey in the Black Sea resort of Sochi this week in a diplomatic push to prepare for a congress between Syria's government and opposition.After the Syrian army and its allies recaptured Albukamal, Daesh's (ISIS) last Syrian town, Putin said the military campaign in Syria was winding down.
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