Special Representative for Syria Engagement James F. Jeffrey Remarks to the Traveling Press (October 17)

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Senior State Department Officials On the Situation in Syria (October 10)

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Increased Violence in Northwest Syria (April 30)

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Remarks at a UN Security Council Briefing on the Political Situation in Syria (February 28)

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Secretary Kerry’s Remarks on Syria (December 15)

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