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    Aid Reaches Besieged Syrian Village; US Calls for Immediate Accessi
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    January 12, 2016 2:18 AM
    Aid has finally reached Madaya in Syria – where it’s reported that people have starved to death after Syrian government and Hezbollah forces blockaded the town for months. Henry Ridgwell spoke to one activist whose relatives are stranded in the besieged settlement.

    Aid Reaches Besieged Syrian Village; US Calls for Immediate Access

    Published January 11, 2016

    Aid has finally reached Madaya in Syria – where it’s reported that people have starved to death after Syrian government and Hezbollah forces blockaded the town for months. Henry Ridgwell spoke to one activist whose relatives are stranded in the besieged settlement.


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