Syrian peace talks in Geneva have produced their first tangible result — an agreement to allow women and children to escape the city of Homs, which has been under government siege for more than a year.
Read original article – Published January 26, 2014 1:47 PM
Deal Gives Women, Children Safe Passage From Besieged Syrian City
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