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Obama, Vladimir Putin agree to disagree on Syria

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President Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin emerged from two hours of talks Monday no closer to a compromise for curtailing a civil war in Syria that has killed more than 93,000 people. “With respect to Syria, we do have different perspectives on the problems, but we share an interest in reducing the violence, securing chemical weapons and ensuring that they’re neither used nor are...

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