Countries Bordering Syria Need More Humanitarian Aid Support To Host Refugees, U.N. Official Says

U.N. News Centre: Massive scale-up of assistance needed for countries impacted by ongoing Syria crisis — U.N. relief official
“The ongoing civil war in Syria and its spillover effects continue to inflict a devastating human and humanitarian toll on neighboring Iraq, Lebanon, and Jordan, a senior United Nations relief official said today, warning that rising numbers of displaced persons, increasing pressure on refugee hosting countries, and dwindling international support left the U.N. ‘racing against the clock’ to meet the needs on the ground…” (10/29).

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