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ml what additional day could be a turning point in the war in Syria U. S. and Russia on Monday agreeing to a new ceasefire to begin Saturday president Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin speaking on the phone about the agreement prudent calling it quote a real step back and stop the bloodshed dnmt British national security correspondent David wrote took this reason to be skeptical there's a very large loophole in that kind of agreement which would allow are rushing to keep hearing out air strikes and Russia can continue to drop bombs on people it says are I think writers or people that %HESITATION Moscow says are members of the new store front which rely without cater what we've seen over the last few weeks is that Russian yet and then bombing on Syrian rebels that the U. S. and backing and they can just continue that practice of bombing the US backed rebels and declaring them terrorists , Monday's deal capped weeks of diplomatic efforts and secretary of state John Kerry who called the announcement quote a moment of promise but acknowledges that there are quote significant challenges ahead the first round of talks fell apart after Russian bombing offensive against U. S. backed rebels in Aleppo in support of president Bashar al Assad to president Obama want out of ok , the pageant in Nigeria have been agreed to the new term yet they have until Friday to comply meanwhile violence continued to rage in Syria at least a hundred forty people were killed in multiple bomb blast in Damascus and home over the weekend