More Deaths Reported In Idlib Following Syrian Regime Bombardment, Aid Efforts Impacted

The Guardian: Idlib casualties mount as assault leaves aid efforts in the balance
“The recent escalation in the Syrian regime bombardment of Idlib has killed at least 10 more civilians. The deaths were reported on Wednesday, 24 hours after a senior U.N. official had warned the Security Council that aid efforts in the enclave were in danger of being ‘overwhelmed.’ … [Ursula Mueller, the U.N.’s assistant secretary general for humanitarian affairs,] added: ‘Since 28 April, that is in the last four weeks, a total of 25 attacks on health care have been reported by the World Health Organization, including on 22 health facilities, with some having been hit more than once’…” (Beaumont, 5/29).

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