Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has sign on to a ceasefire agreement with the rebels set to take effect at midnight, Russian President Vladimir Putin said.
Human life in Russia is an uncertain proposition, which everyone knows could end early. There is a pervasive fatalism giving it an edge in Syrian affairs.
The U.S. State Department suspended negotiations with Russia aimed at ending the violence in Syria, blaming Russian and Syrian attacks on civilian targets.
The ceasefire in Syria brokered by the U.S. and Russian began to unravel Sunday when forces loyal to Bashar al-Assad bombed backed rebel neighborhoods.
Islamist al Qaeda rebel fighters seized the largest oil field in Syria on Saturday, cutting off President Bashar al-Assad’s access to crude oil reserves.
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