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Aid groups warn of grave consequences if Syria mandate stops

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Aid enters the Idlib enclave directly from Turkey via a single border crossing. The U.N. mandate allowing deliveries through Bab al-Hawa ends on July 9. Russia has hinted it will veto a Security Council resolution renewing the mandate. The conflict has killed hundreds of thousands and displaced half the country's pre-war population.
Aid groups warn of grave consequences if Syria mandate stops
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Aid groups warn of grave consequences if Syria mandate stops

Aid agencies say that if the U.N. Security Council does not extend its approval of deliveries to rebel-held parts of northwestern Syria in three weeks, food supplies will be depleted by September in the region that is home to some 4 million people

6 days ago·United States
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The Washington Post

Aid groups warn of grave consequences if Syria mandate stops

Aid agencies say that if the U.N. Security Council does not extend its approval of deliveries to rebel-held parts of northwestern Syria in three weeks, food supplies will be depleted by September in the region that is home to some 4 million people

6 days ago·Washington, United States
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Asharq AL-awsat

Aid Groups Warn of Grave Consequences if Syria Mandate Stops

Unless the UN Security Council extends its approval of aid deliveries to opposition-held parts of northwest Syria next month, food supplies will be depleted by September in the region that is home to some 4 million people, aid agencies warned Thursda

6 days ago·London, United Kingdom
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