US Secretary of State John Kerry, arrives ahead talks on the situation in Syria, at Lancaster House in London, Sunday Oct. 16, 2016. Renewed international efforts to solve the conflict in Syria, heightened by the plight of people in the city of Aleppo, have made little progress but more talks are planned.
US Secretary of State John Kerry, arrives ahead talks on the situation in Syria, at Lancaster House in London, Sunday Oct. 16, 2016. Renewed international efforts to solve the conflict in Syria, heightened by the plight of people in the city of Aleppo, have made little progress but more talks are planned. JUSTIN TALLIS AP
US Secretary of State John Kerry, arrives ahead talks on the situation in Syria, at Lancaster House in London, Sunday Oct. 16, 2016. Renewed international efforts to solve the conflict in Syria, heightened by the plight of people in the city of Aleppo, have made little progress but more talks are planned. JUSTIN TALLIS AP

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