The Wall Street Journal: Syrian rebel group rejects cease-fire agreement at last moment

Hours before a Russian- and Turkish-brokered cease-fire was to take effect across Syria, one of the country’s major rebel groups rejected the deal, upending the latest effort to end the nearly six-year war.

The rebel group Ahrar al-Sham said late Thursday that it had unspecified reservations over the cease-fire, hammered out by Turkey and Russia as part of a road map to peace talks between the Syrian government and the opposition. Moscow and Ankara had lauded their Syria peace plan as the best solution to ending the war, part of warming relations between the capitals as they sideline the U.S. from negotiations.

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