U.N.: Aid Convoy In Syria’s Homs Won’t Be Deterred By Attacks
U.N. humanitarian chief Valerie Amos expressed deep disappointment on Saturday after an aid convoy came under fire in a besieged rebel district of the Syrian city Homs (pronounced Hums), though she vowed to keep pushing to deliver humanitarian assistance to Syria’s neediest. She said in a statement “I am deeply disappointed that the three-day humanitarian pause agreed between the parties to the conflict was broken today and aid workers deliberately targeted.
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