France's Ayrault says more bombing of Aleppo will fuel radicalisation

By REUTERS
September 29, 2016 17:22

 
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France's foreign minister said on Thursday that the longer the bombardment of Aleppo continued in an ongoing Russian-backed offensive, the more it would fuel extremism in the partly-besieged Syrian city.

"The longer the bombardment of Aleppo goes on, the longer the massacre of the population continues, the more radicalization will occur on the ground," Jean-Marc Ayrault told reporters in London.

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