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US-Russia deal gives hope, but obstacles remain - Pioneer
With the United States of America and Russia joining hands to contain violence in Syria, the chances for the war-ravaged nation to have peace, have brightened. The new agreement, if it comes into effect under which a joint military operation has been planned, will help prevent the deadly offensives of the Islamic State and other rebel groups that have paralysed civilian life for the last five years, since civil strife broke out.
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