U.S. president says 'it is worth trying' to secure an agreement on how to end the war nonetheless.
AP - The United States and Russia are working "around the clock" to try to strike a deal to reduce violence and improve access to humanitarian help in Syria, President Barack Obama said Sunday, but added that the U.S. was skeptical it would work.
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