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EU says Russian, Syrian Aleppo bombing may be 'war crimes'

The EU on Monday strongly condemned Russia for causing "untold suffering" through its bombardment of the Syrian city of Aleppo, saying that air strikes by Moscow and Damascus could amount to war crimes. "Since the beginning of the offensive by the regime and its allies, notably Russia, the intensity and scale of the aerial bombardment of eastern Aleppo is clearly disproportionate," European Union foreign ministers said in a statement after talks in Luxembourg.
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