Syrian rebels see flaws in U.S.-Russian truce plan

The U.S. and Russia again announced plans for a “cessation of hostilities” in Syria. The ceasefire will supposedly take effect on Saturday, but it will exclude fighting with groups like IS and the Nusra Front, Reuters reports. The rebel Free Syrian Army is not buying the truce, saying the agreement will give Russia and Assad cover to keep attacking all opponents of the Syrian regime. If that occurs, the ceasefire will collapse.


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