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Updated: Sunday, September 15 2013, 06:23 PM CDT
Secretary Of State John Kerry and his Russian counterpart remain divided in key areas concerning Syria.
Russia wants the US to drop its threat of an attack before President Bashar -al-Assad agrees to give up its chemical weapons.
But the US says if diplomacy fails, force may still be necessary.
Still both sides called their meetings constructive.
Yesterday, Syria submitted paperwork to join the Chemical Weapons Convention the first step in giving up its toxic stockpile.