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GENEVA (Reuters) - The U.N. Syria envoy warned on Wednesday of a full-scale battle in the country's southwest, an area covered by a "de-escalation" ceasefire agreement, but President Bashar al-Assad's ambassador said it was the army's duty to fight terrorism anywhere.


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