Syria’s Yarmuk Refugee Camp Gets U.N. Aid After Two-Week Halt
Agence France-Presse/The Daily Star: Syria’s besieged Yarmuk gets U.N. aid after two-week halt
“The U.N. Palestinian refugee agency on Tuesday resumed food distribution in the besieged Yarmuk camp in Damascus after a two-week halt. UNRWA [United Nations Relief and Works Agency] spokesman Chris Gunness said aid workers distributed 465 food parcels in addition to bread and jam, as well as 2,000 doses of polio vaccines and 800 small cartons of baby formula…” (3/18).
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