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Iran sent oil shipment to Syria, easing fuel crisis: source

Reuters Friday, 10 May 2019
Syria received its first foreign oil supplies for six months last week, with the arrival of two shipments including one from Iran, a source familiar with Iranian oil shipments said, easing the war-torn country's fuel crisis.
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