US says no significant new violations of Syria truce in last 24 hours

March 3, 2016 21:59


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WASHINGTON - There have not been any significant violations of the truce in Syria in the last 24 hours, the US State Department said on Thursday.

Asked at a news briefing about a statement by Russia asserting dozens of breaches in that period, State Department spokesman John Kirby said: "We have seen claims of violations ... Over the last 24 hours, there hasn't been ... any significant new numbers of alleged violations."

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