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Syria talks end without "sensational decisions"

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Surprise talks between US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, her Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov and the UN peace envoy to Syria ended without any "sensational decisions" to halt the conflict. 

A member of Liwa (Brigade) Salahadin, a Kurdish military unit fighting along side rebels, aims at a regime fighter in the besieged district of Karmel al-Jabl in eastern Aleppo, on December 6. Surprise talks between US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, her Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov and the UN peace envoy to Syria ended without any "sensational decisions" to halt the conflict.

UN envoy Lakhdar Brahimi said all three agreed the situation was "very, very, very bad" in Syria during the 40-minute meeting in Dublin on the sidelines of an international gathering, but "no sensational decisions" were reached.

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