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    US Considering New Anti-Russia Sanctions Over Syria Campaign - Kerry

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    Western Sanctions Against Russia (737)

    US Secretary of State John Kerry said that Washington is considering additional sanctions against Russia over the situation in Syria's Aleppo which Moscow is trying to rid of militants.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — The United States is considering a round of anti-Russia sanctions over the situation in Syria's Aleppo which Moscow is trying to rid of militants, US Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday.

    "We are considering additional sanctions and we are also, let me make it clear, President Obama has not taken any options off the table at this point in time. So we'll see where we are in the next few days in the context of the discussions we are having," Kerry told journalists following an international meeting on the Syrian settlement in London, as quoted by the Sky News broadcaster.

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