SyriaN opposition leaveS Geneva talks after market strikes


GENEVA: Syrian opposition leaders started leaving Geneva after air strikes on markets in the northwest killed at least 44 people, saying they could not take part in peace talks while civilians were dying daily. In some of the deadliest violence since a ceasefire took effect in February, a suspected regime bombing raid on Tuesday hit a market in the city of Maaret al-Numan, killing at least 37 civilians, a monitor said. Footage showed bloodied bodies scattered among twisted metal stalls in a street strewn with fruit and vegetables.



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