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The US and Russia could help end the Syria conflict

But are they hurting enough?

By Christopher Phillips  

A child rides his bike past buildings destroyed in Syria's civil war, Douma, near Damascus, 1st March 2016 ©NurPhoto/SIPA USA/PA Images

The shocking images coming from Aleppo in recent weeks are a stark reminder that there still seems no end in sight for Syria’s brutal civil war, now well into its fifth year. Over 500,000 have been killed and five million are refugees. What began as a largely…

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