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The Geneva II negotiations at Montreux, Switzerland, opened on a sour note on Wednesday.
As the diplomatic summit on the Syria crisis got underway in Switzerland on Wednesday, reports of the suspected “systematic killings” of 11,000 prisoners heightened the urgency of the proceedings.
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There are simply too many factions and too many guns.
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