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In rebel Syria, some welcome sanctions but fear for economy

Reuters Wednesday, 17 June 2020
In the last bastion of the rebellion against President Bashar al-Assad, Syrians who fled his rule see new U.S. sanctions as a step in the right direction but say they must be shielded from any fallout as the currency crumbles.
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