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A view of a police car parked outside the Montreux-Palace, the hotel that will host the so-called Geneva II peace talks, as seen through a fence, in Montreux, on January 16, 2014. As the so-called Geneva II conference is set to open on January 22, 2014, Moscow wants to convince Washington to accept Tehran's presence at the peace talks in order to bolster its efforts to keep Assad in power and curb the future influence of his foes. After 34 months of fighting the Syrian conflict has killed around 130,000 people and displaced millions more. AFP PHOTO / FABRICE COFFRINIFABRICE COFFRINI/AFP/Getty Images
A view of a police car parked outside the Montreux-Palace, the hotel that will host the so-called Geneva II peace talks, as seen through a fence, in Montreux, on January 16, 2014. As the so-called Geneva II conference is set to open on January 22, 2014, Moscow wants to convince Washington to accept Tehran's presence at the peace talks in order to bolster its efforts to keep Assad in power and curb the future influence of his foes. After 34 months of fighting the Syrian conflict has killed around 130,000 people and displaced millions more. AFP PHOTO / FABRICE COFFRINIFABRICE COFFRINI/AFP/Getty Images

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With Iran's invitation to attend Syrian peace talks withdrawn, the SNC now say they will attend. Fred Pleitgen reports.

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With Iran's invitation to attend Syrian peace talks withdrawn, the SNC now say they will attend. Fred Pleitgen reports.