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If this Syrian ceasefire fails, there is not a “plan B”

It is still unclear which groups the "ceasefire" will apply to

By Tim Eaton  

Turkish artillery fire from the town of Kilis in Turkey towards northern Syria, 15th February 2016. Today, Turkey defied international calls and shelled parts of northern Syria for the third day in a row. ©Halit Onur Sandal/AP/Press Association Images

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