Transcript for Syria Deadlock
But the worsening picture from Syria tonight that was crucial peace talks suddenly -- it couldn't come at a worse moment. -- -- number tonight 3400 people believed to have been killed in just the last two weeks. After government forces have been accused of dropping -- bombs on the left well. Tonight the White House promising new way to neighboring Jordan flooded with refugees now the -- seen here meeting with King Abdullah of Jordan in the last 24 hours. ABC's Alex mark court in the region force tonight and Alex what -- we make of these talks now on hold. David the bottom line is we are as far away as ever from any sort of peaceful solution. The opposition says there's no point even having another round of talks unless it's about getting rid of president Bashar Al Assad and setting up a transitional government. The -- says that's not negotiable that the focus should first be on ending what it calls terrorism from the other side. The fallout has been on full display here and Lebanon over the past few days with thousands of Syrian refugees pouring across the border. Fleeing some of the worst fighting of this war. The question now is whether diplomatic efforts are dead no date has been set for more talks and the chances of accomplishing anything -- looking increasingly slim.
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