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Extremist groups hobble Syrian peace negotiations

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LONDON — Violent extremists seeking to overthrow Syrian President Bashar Assad may instead have hurt negotiations to replace him, frustrating Western diplomats who continue to push for his ouster as a necessary part of a peace agreement in the Mideast nation's bloody civil war. Bolstered by infighting among Syrian opposition groups — including some linked to al-Qaida that have jeopardized...

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