This week is the first time Syrian regime and opposition delegates return to Geneva since UN-sponsored peace talks were suspended last April.
Attacks occur as world leaders at the Munich security conference pushed for a political solution to the six-year-long war that has killed hundreds of thousands and displaced millions.
Despite the Russian claim, the UN said it had no confirmation of a delay to the talks aimed at ending the six-year war in Syria. Neighbour Turkey reiterated that regime leader Bashar al Assad has "no place in Syria's future."
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