Envoys seek Syria U.N. resolution as France, Russia squabble

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By Louis Charbonneau and Alissa de Carbonnel UNITED NATIONS/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Diplomats from five key nations kicked off talks on Tuesday on a Western-drafted U.N. Security Council resolution to eliminate Syria's chemical weapons even as France and Russia clashed over Moscow's insistence that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's is innocent in an August 21 poison gas attack on civilians. The negotiations in New York among the American, British, French, Russian and Chinese diplomats focused on a draft resolution on Syria's chemical weapons arsenal to be put before the 15-nation U.N. ...