World powers have revealed an increasing split over the Syria crisis at the G20 summit.
Syria began its descent into civil war in early 2011, when government security forces shot and killed protesters. But if President Bashar al-Assad thought a show of force would end the protests, he was wrong.
Anticipation over the clash of egos between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin reached fever pitch in the run-up to the G20 summit in Hamburg. Would it live up to expectations? Rob Mudge is left somewhat disappointed.
The first meeting between Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Hamburg is likely to be short. But that isn't stopping Moscow from hoping for a new era in relations with Washington.
A ceasefire is reported to be holding in three Syrian provinces with no air strikes or clashes reported. The United States, Russia and Jordan reached the 'de-escalation agreement.'
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