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Russia, Turkey downplay Syria differences

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ISTANBUL (AP) — The leaders of Russia and Turkey on Monday downplayed differences over the Syrian civil war, saying they shared the common goal of trying to end the humanitarian crisis there and hailing their countries' booming trade ties. President Vladimir Putin of Russia, one of Syria's few remaining allies, said he understood Turkish concerns about its border security after Syrian shells...

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