Russia, Iran and Turkey say they are ready to help broker a peace deal to end the almost six-year-long conflict in Syria after meeting in Moscow.
Foreign ministers from the three countries met for planned talks in the wake of the assassination of the Russian envoy to Turkey in Ankara on Monday. Meanwhile, in Syria, the last rebels and civilians continued to pour out of the embattled city of Aleppo.
Speaking after the meetings, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov predicted that the city would be completely empty of rebel supporters in the next two days, signalling a new era in the complicated conflict.
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