Russia says 'humanitarian pause' in Syria's Aleppo ended on Saturday: agencies
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Russia's Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov sits near the Syrian national flag as he addresses a news conference in Damascus in this file photo dated June 28, 2014. Ryabkov, on a trip to Damascus, calls for a united effort with the U.S. and Europe to
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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said an "humanitarian pause" in air strikes on Syria's Aleppo had ended on Saturday and Moscow was not currently considering a return to the ceasefire, Russian news agencies reported.
Ryabkov said further extensions of the ceasefire would depend on the actions of opposition fighters on the ground.
(Reporting by Jack Stubbs; writing by Maria Tsvetkova)
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