Food, Medicine Stocks Dwindle In Aleppo, Syria, After Government Forces Cut Off Road Access

Wall Street Journal: Syria’s Aleppo Running Out of Food, Medicine After Regime Forces Advance
“Food and medicine have begun to dwindle in the city of Aleppo after an advance by Syrian regime forces effectively cut off the only road into the rebel-held side of the divided city, residents and opposition leaders said Wednesday…” (Abdulrahim, 7/13).

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