Iran offers to host Syria talks

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    Iran has offered to host talks between Syria's government and opposition in Tehran, its foreign minister said Sunday.

    The United States and other nations oppose Iranian participation in the diplomacy.
    "Iran is definitely part of the problem in Syria," Susan Rice, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, has said. "It is supporting, aiding and abetting the Assad regime materially and in many other ways, and it has shown no readiness to contribute constructively."
     
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    Game Plan: Get those dignitaries over their to hold them hostage!
     
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    ROFLMAO might as well hold them in Damascus and call it "neutral" Ground.
     
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    Or they could hold them in one of the indebted nations who "can't stop spending the money you have not earned yet" they are more legitimate, right? such as America who has openly armed the opposition, what a way to solve conflict LMAOROFUO@#IU)@*
     
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    Russian patience with Assad startin' to show it's wear?...
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