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European Union has extended the sanctions against Syrian regime of President Bashar Assad for a year due to its continuous crackdown against civilians in the war-ravaged country. At least 270 people and 70 entities like companies or organisations will have travel bans and asset freezes against them extended until June 1, 2020.

The sanctions are due to alleged violence against civilians and benefiting from or supporting the regime. The EU has also imposed an oil embargo on Syria and bans equipment that could be used in a crackdown on Syrian civilians.



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