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Armed opposition groups in Syria have said that they will not attend the Geneva II peace talks, saying that negotiating with the government of Bashar al-Assad would be an act of betrayal. The powerful opposition group's statement comes on Sunday as fighting rages on near the border with neighbouring Iraq and in the central city of Homs. The Geneva peace talks set to take place on November 23 have been repeatedly postponed amid wrangling among the Syrian opposition, and a dispute over which countries, including Iran, should participate. Meanwhile, in a hopeful turn, Assad's government has handed over on time a detailed plan on destroying its chemical weapons stockpile, an international watchdog has said.
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this is going to be going on for the next year
4 years ago·Reply
or at least until 2014
4 years ago·Reply
Well I think it'l end soon
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