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Escalation in Syria means EU less likely to soften stance on Russia

BRUSSELS/ PARIS (Reuters) - Outraged by Russia's intensified air strikes on rebels in Syria, the European Union is now less likely to ease sanctions on Moscow over Ukraine, diplomats say, and some in the bloc are raising the prospect of more punitive steps against the Kremlin.
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