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Kerry says Syria wants to help US

Adds its leader seeks to bring stability to Iraq

Senator John F. Kerry, Democrat of Massachusetts, toured the bazaar in Old Damascus yesterday while visiting Syria -- a trip the Bush administration had opposed. Senator John F. Kerry, Democrat of Massachusetts, toured the bazaar in Old Damascus yesterday while visiting Syria -- a trip the Bush administration had opposed. (LOUAI BESHARA/AFP/Getty Images)
By Rick Klein
Globe Staff / December 21, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- Senator John F. Kerry yesterday said that President Bashar Assad of Syria expressed a willingness to work with the United States to bring stability to Iraq, and that Assad personally offered assistance that Kerry plans to convey to the Bush administration. (Full article: 979 words)

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