U.N. Deputy Special envoy on Syria, Ramzy Ezzeldin Ramzy, at press conference talks on launch of separate talks with warring sides, and regional and great powers, at the Palais des Nations, in Geneva, Switzerland, on May 5, 2015
U.N. Deputy Special envoy on Syria, Ramzy Ezzeldin Ramzy, at press conference talks on launch of separate talks with warring sides, and regional and great powers, at the Palais des Nations, in Geneva, Switzerland, on May 5, 2015 McClatchy
U.N. Deputy Special envoy on Syria, Ramzy Ezzeldin Ramzy, at press conference talks on launch of separate talks with warring sides, and regional and great powers, at the Palais des Nations, in Geneva, Switzerland, on May 5, 2015 McClatchy

U.N.’s latest effort to find path to peace in Syria gets underway in Geneva

May 05, 2015 05:19 PM

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