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(Worthy News) - Facing a Friday deadline that could halt the delivery of humanitarian aid to more than 1 million Syrians every month, the divided U.N. Security Council is set to vote on rival resolutions that would continue deliveries through border crossings to mainly rebel-held areas.
A draft resolution co-sponsored by Germany, Belgium and Kuwait and supported by the U.N. humanitarian office would continue the delivery of aid through two crossing points in Turkey and one in Iraq.
A rival resolution from Russia, Syria’s closest ally on the council, would extend deliveries only through the two Turkish crossings. [ Source: Washington Times (Read More...) ]
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