Syrian Unrest

Brahimi Urges Syria Peace Talks at UN

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Lakhdar Brahimi, the UN-Arab League joint envoy, has called for talks between the Syrian opposition and an  “acceptable delegation” from the Damascus government on a political solution to the country's 23-month-old civil war. In a joint press conference in Cairo with Nabil Elaraby, the Arab League secretary-general, Brahimi said on Sunday that negotiations could begin on UN premises. He gave no specific location. The initiative of opposition leader Mouaz al-Khatib, which calls for talks with any Syrian representative not directly involved in repression, "has opened the door and challenged the Syrian government to live up to what it has been continuously saying, that it is ready for dialogue and a peaceful solution", Brahimi said.
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Huh? So Al-Qaeda won't be

So Al-Qaeda won't be representing the opposition then?