Syria – Sixty thousand innocent people are trapped in a cycle of daily violence and deprivation

Villagers return to Al-Hisbah after SDF conquest (November 2016)

The United Nations warned Monday of a “looming humanitarian catastrophe” in four Syrian towns unless aid groups were permitted immediate access to deliver assistance to 60,000 residents. Ali al-Za’atari, the U.N. humanitarian coordinator for Syria, said in a statement that the towns of Zabadani, Madaya, Fua and Kafraya face horrendous conditions as the conflict nears its…

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