The Case for More Sanctions on Russia Over Syria Bombings: Q&ABy
U.S., U.K. leading push for penalties over Aleppo air raids
Many European countries are skeptical about need for sanctions
Vladimir Putin’s backing for the relentless air bombardment of the northern Syrian city of Aleppo has provoked some foreign governments to accuse Russia of carrying out indiscriminate attacks on civilians. The U.S. and some European Union countries including Germany are considering whether to impose new sanctions as a way of exerting diplomatic pressure on the Kremlin.
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