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Associated Press Ahead of the talks, Secretary of State John F. Kerry blasted Iran and Russia for continuing to support the Syrian regime in its 3-year-old civil war, after he arrived Monday in the United Arab Emirates.

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Ahead of the talks, Secretary of State John F. Kerry blasted Iran and Russia for continuing to support the Syrian regime in its 3-year-old civil war, after he arrived Monday in the United Arab Emirates. (Associated Press)

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FOR RELEASE TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2014, AT 12:01 A.M. EST - In this Feb. 8, 2014 photo, Jason Woodbury, center, works with adults from Cross Roads Bible Fellowship Church and other youths from Boy Scout Troop 339 in an effort he spearheaded to refurbish a cemetery in Manning, S.C. where two confederate soldiers are buried. (AP Photo/The Item)

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FILE - In this April 19, 2012, file photo, the lantern used on the Confederate submarine H.L. Hunley is seen after conservation in a lab in North Charleston, S.C. The picture to the left shows what the lantern looked like after the sub was raised off the South Carolina coast. Monday, Feb. 17, 2014 is the 150th anniversary of the attack in which the Hunley sank the Union blockade ship Housatonic off Charleston, S.C., during the Civil War, becoming the first submarine in history to sink an enemy warship. (AP Photo/Bruce Smith, File)

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FILE - Flags adorn the grave of Confederate Lt. George Dixon, the commander of the Confederate submarine H.L. Hunley, in Charleston, S.C., in this Feb. 17, 2012, file photo. Monday, Feb. 17, 2014, is the 150th anniversary of the attack in which the Hunley sank the Union blockade ship Housatonic off Charleston, S.C., during the Civil War, becoming the first submarine in history to sink an enemy warship. (AP Photo/Bruce Smith, File)

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FILE - The Confederate submarine H.L. Hunley is raised from a barge by a crane at the former Charleston Naval Base in North Charleston, S.C., in this Aug. 8, 2000, file photo. Monday, Feb. 17, 2014, is the 150th anniversary of the attack in which the Hunley sank the Union blockade ship Housatonic off Charleston, S.C., during the Civil War, becoming the first submarine in history to sink an enemy warship. (AP Photo/Paula Illingworth, File)

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FILE - The Confederate submarine H.L. Hunley sits in a conservation tank after a steel truss that had surrounded it was removed in this Jan. 12, 2012, file photo, taken at a conservation lab in North Charleston, S.C. Monday, Feb. 17, 2014, is the 150th anniversary of the attack in which the Hunley sank the Union blockade ship Housatonic off Charleston, S.C., during the Civil War, becoming the first submarine in history to sink an enemy warship. (AP Photo/Bruce Smith, File)

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FILE - The Confederate submarine H.L. Hunley sits in a conservation tank after a steel truss that had surrounded it was removed in this Jan. 12, 2012, file photo, taken at a conservation lab in North Charleston, S.C. Monday, Feb. 17, 2014, is the 150th anniversary of the attack in which the Hunley sank the Union blockade ship Housatonic off Charleston, S.C., during the Civil War becoming the first submarine in history to sink an enemy warship. (AP Photo/Bruce Smith, File)

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In this Jan. 30, 2014 photo, University of South Carolina archaeologist James Legg digs in the location of a hole that was once used by some of the 1,500 Union Army officers held at "Camp Aslyum" in Columbia, S.C., in the winter of 1864-65. The prisoners dug holes to protect themselves when they were imprisoned on the grounds of the former state mental hospital. Researchers are finding buttons, cups, bits of clothing and other articles on the site. South Carolina archeologists are digging to uncover the remnants of the Civil War-era prisoner-of-war camp before the site in downtown Columbia is cleared to make room for a mixed-use development. (AP Photo/Susanne Schafer)