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Islamic states urge 'serious dialogue' on Syria

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Leaders of Islamic states called for a peaceful resolution to the Syrian conflict through "serious dialogue" between the regime and its foes, as Iran voiced reservations, at a summit in Cairo on Thursday. 

A picture released by the Egyptian presidency shows Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi (C) chatting with officials during the closing session of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation summit, in Cairo on February 7, 2013. Leaders of Islamic states called for a peaceful resolution to the Syrian conflict through "serious dialogue" between the regime and its foes, as Iran voiced reservations.

Leaders and representatives of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation also said they support efforts to help Mali "regain its territorial integrity," an apparent reference to France's military intervention in the African country.

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