The European Union may sign a new trade deal with Syria that requires Damascus to crack down on terrorism. The 15-member bloc has held off signing a trade association deal with Syria since 1997, but a senior E.U. Commission official said Wednesday that it would now advise member states to sign the agreement by the end of the year, Diego de Ojeda said.
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