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    He said the Kremlin wanted to know the Trump administration's "real intentions", and sought clarity on "very ambiguous" and "contradictory" messages coming from Washington . "We both have agreed our lines of communication shall always remain open", Tillerson said in Moscow. The Trump administration, however, has offered mixed messages about whether Assad must surrender power - and when.
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    Also appearing was United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley, who's been a far more outspoken figure than Tillerson until now. But we hope that will not be necessary. "When the Trump administration uses the words regime change, they are talking about a military effort to remove Assad", Markey told Tapper. Mr Rouhani said the United States strike would not affect Iran's Syria policy, while Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Iran would not withdraw in the face of similar aggressions.