Putin, Obama to 'intensify' coordination in Syria: Kremlin

Syrians return to their homes after attending prayers at a mosque in the rebel-held town of Douma on July 6, 2016Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Barack Obama agreed during a telephone call Wednesday to “intensify” military coordination between their two countries in Syria, the Kremlin said. “The two parties have confirmed their desire to intensify coordination between the Russian and American militaries in Syria,” the Kremlin said in a statement. Putin also called on Obama to help aid the separation of moderate opposition groups from “terrorist groups like the Al-Nusra front”, it said.

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