People inspect a site damaged after an airstrike in the rebel held besieged al-Qaterji neighbourhood of Aleppo, Syria October 16, 2016. REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail
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Britain, France and Germany aim to persuade the European Union Monday to condemn Russia's devastating air campaign in Syria and pave the way for imposing more sanctions on the government of President Bashar Assad.Struggling to help end Syria's war, the EU is stepping up efforts to support the United States in its bid to stop the bombing of eastern Aleppo, where 275,000 people are trapped.Britain and France, with the support of Germany, want to go further, pushing for economic sanctions on some 20 Syrians suspected of directing attacks on civilians.They would be added to the EU's existing sanctions list of some 200 Syrians. Any new measures must be agreed by all 28 EU governments.
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