Humanitarian Access In Syria Improves, But Terrorist Groups Continue To Block Aid, U.N. Reports
Reuters: U.N. reports improved aid access in Syria, but outlook bleak
“Humanitarian access in Syria has improved since the U.N. Security Council last month authorized the delivery of emergency aid across the Syrian border without the government’s consent, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said in a new report. But he warned that designated terrorist groups continue to prevent aid workers from accessing some of the estimated 10.8 million people in Syria in urgent need of humanitarian assistance…” (Charbonneau, 8/25).
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