Turkey has pledged to press ahead with plans to impose sanctions against the Syrian government for its deadly crackdown on protests, a day after China and Russia vetoed a draft UN resolution condemning the violence. Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Turkish prime minister, said on Wednesday that his country and other nations would not be deterred by Tuesday's veto. "Turkey and either some or all of the European Union nations, and who knows which others, will take steps,'' the state-run Anatolia news agency quoted Erdogan as saying. Zein Basravi reports.
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