G-20 Summit begins with hopes for U.S.-Russia deal to end Syrian fighting

The United States and Russia had an initial agreement in place to coordinate airstrikes against ISIS and al Qaeda linked terrorists in Syria. But Russia has pulled back with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry saying, “There still remain… a couple tough issues.” The deal would be the best chance to end Syria’s civil war. Margaret Brennan has more.

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