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    Syria | Aid still fails to reach western Syria

    Aid is still not reaching rebel-held western Syria.

    The UN launches a campaign to raise funds to solve the humanitarian catastrophe.

    This city is Jindires, in northwestern Syria, in Aleppo. It is controlled by militias opposed to the Syrian government for the last 12 years of the civil war.

    The devastation is total after the earthquake, but ten days after the catastrophe, humanitarian aid remains virtually invisible.

    Faced with this unprecedented situation, and under international pressure, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad agreed on Monday to open two border crossings between Turkey and rebel-held areas of northwestern Syria to allow the passage of aid.

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    The director general of the WHO, who has visited the area, has warned that everything remains to be done.

    In this hospital in northwestern Syria there are many children injured by the earthquake. They are children who have only known before the war and now the drama of the earthquake.

    The UN has also launched an appeal to urgently raise nearly $400 million to help nearly five million people in Syria. They desperately need shelter, medical attention, and food and water for at least the next three months.

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    Source: Euronews Español


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