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After Russia, China veto, U.N. says medical aid for Syria stuck in Iraq

Reuters Wednesday, 29 January 2020
Truckloads of medical aid for civilians in Syria's northeast is stuck in Iraq, the United Nations aid chief said on Wednesday, after Russia and China prevented the U.N. Security Council from renewing authorization for the cross-border deliveries.
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