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Russia, Iran, Turkey back new Syria constitution body but fail to agree makeup

Reuters Tuesday, 18 December 2018
Russia, Iran and Turkey, supporters of the main sides in Syria's complex civil war, on Tuesday failed to agree on the makeup of a U.N.-sponsored Syrian Constitutional Committee but called for it to convene early next year to kick off a viable peace process.
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