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Russia fails to get U.N. approval for Syria cross-border aid deliveries from Turkey

Reuters Friday, 20 December 2019
Russia failed on Friday in a bid to get the U.N. Security Council to extend authorization of Syria cross-border aid deliveries from two points in Turkey after Moscow vetoed a rival draft resolution that would have also approved a crossing point from Iraq.
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