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18.06.2013

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News Wrap: At G-8 Summit, Leaders Press for Syrian Peace Talks MP3

In other news Tuesday, leaders at the G-8 conference pushed for Syrian peace talks. Russian President Putin defended his government's military aid to Assad, and warned Europe against helping the rebels. Also, suicide bombers killed at least 34 people in an attack on a Shiite mosque in Baghdad. Source: pbs.org

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