A fragile cease-fire raises hopes for a desperately needed peace

Syrian men carrying infants make their way through rubble in a rebel-held neighborhood in Aleppo

QUIET SETTLED OVER PARTS OF Syria on the night of Sept. 12, as a cease-fire negotiated by the U.S. and Russia began to take hold.

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