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U.S. ambivalence towards Moscow talks shows pressure easing on Syria’s Assad

Syria's President Bashar al-Assad is seen during an interview in Damascus  U.S. ambivalence towards Moscow talks shows pressure easing on Syria's Assad 2015 01 25T150747Z 1 LYNXMPEB0O0A2 RTROPTP 2 FRANCE SHOOTING SYRIA ASSADBy Sylvia Westall BEIRUT (Reuters) – An ambivalent U.S. response to a Moscow peace conference on Syria, despite a firm boycott by the main opposition, shows how the fight against Islamic State fighters has reduced international pressure against President Bashar al-Assad. Moscow says the aim of the conference, which it is hosting from Monday, is to find ways to restart peace talks that collapsed in Geneva last year. Russia's longstanding proposals for a peace plan do not require Assad to leave power, which Assad's main opponents consider the basis for any talks. The United States – still publicly committed to removing Assad – might once have been expected to denounce a conference held on such a basis as a sham.


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