Negotiators for Syria's main opposition group have announced that they'll be leaving the UN-backed peace talks by Friday. The talks broke down earlier this week over the lack of progress on humanitarian issues and continued ceasefire breaches.
Representatives of the Syrian opposition and President Bashar al-Assad's regime are meeting in Astana for a sixth round of talks. They are hoping to secure a ceasefire, but how far off is a lasting peace agreement?
Syrian UN Envoy de Mistura has announced the Geneva meeting between the long-battling government and rebel groups. Despite six years of entrenched conflict, one NGO provides hope for deaf Syrians.
The UN-brokered Syria peace talks are set to resume in Geneva on Thursday. But with a fragmented opposition, Staffan de Mistura questioned how much progress could be made in the initial talks.
A partial ceasefire brokered by the US and Russia appears to have held in southwestern Syria. Government and opposition delegations holding a seventh round of UN-sponsored talks in Geneva.
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