T-shirts are laid out during a demonstration urging the British government to intervene in the bombing of Aleppo, outside Downing Street, London, Britain October 22, 2016. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
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Russia scrapped plans Wednesday to refuel Syria-bound warships in a Spanish port after Madrid came under pressure to refuse access to a flotilla that may be used to help attacks on Aleppo.The Spanish Foreign Ministry said that three Russian ships – part of a wider flotilla led by aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov – had been due to take on fuel and supplies from Friday at the port of Ceuta, a Spanish territory on the north coast of Africa.There has been concern that the ships could take part in airstrikes in Syria, where Russia has been staging a bombing campaign for the past year in support of President Bashar Assad and has deployed a naval contingent to back up its operation.
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