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US, Britain mulling sanctions over Syria siege

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The United States and warned today that western allies were considering imposing sanctions against economic targets in Syria and over the siege of Aleppo.

US Secretary of State John Kerry branded the bombardment of civilians in the city "crimes against humanity" and British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson urged Moscow to show mercy.

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US, Britain mulling sanctions over Syria siege

The United States and Britain warned today that western allies were considering imposing sanctions against economic targets in Syria and Russia over the siege of Aleppo. US Secretary of State John Kerry branded the bombardment of civilians in the city "crimes against humanity" and British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson urged Moscow to show mercy. The United States and warned today that western allies were considering imposing sanctions against economic targets in Syria and over the siege of Aleppo.

US Secretary of State John Kerry branded the bombardment of civilians in the city "crimes against humanity" and British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson urged Moscow to show mercy.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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US, Britain mulling sanctions over Syria siege

The United States and warned today that western allies were considering imposing sanctions against economic targets in Syria and over the siege of Aleppo.

US Secretary of State John Kerry branded the bombardment of civilians in the city "crimes against humanity" and British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson urged Moscow to show mercy.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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