U.N. Agencies Call For Peace, Safe Aid Delivery As Syrian War Enters 8th Year; Civilians Leave Eastern Ghouta For Medical Care

Reuters: Civilians needing medical aid leave Syria’s Ghouta for second day
“Civilians in need of medical treatment left Syria’s besieged Eastern Ghouta enclave for the second straight day on Wednesday under a medical evacuation agreement, a rebel official said…” (Nehme/Barrington, 3/14).

U.N. News: As Syria conflict enters eighth year, U.N. agencies join call for peace and safe aid delivery
“Two United Nations relief agencies on Wednesday joined a chorus of international organizations and partners in the quest to end seven years of conflict in Syria, urging warring parties to allow humanitarian access for the delivery of life-saving assistance to those desperately in need…” (3/14).

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