A man and a child sit with an aid package they received from the Russian military near Maarzaf, Syria, on Wednesday. Russian defense ministry spokesman Maj. Gen. Igor Konashenkov said Russia has delivered around 580 tons of food aid to government-held areas since it began airstrikes in support of Syria's government in September 2015. U.S. officials in Washington said a lull in fighting has allowed the delivery of aid to 100,000 people in besieged areas.
A man and a child sit with an aid package they received from the Russian military near Maarzaf, Syria, on Wednesday. Russian defense ministry spokesman Maj. Gen. Igor Konashenkov said Russia has delivered around 580 tons of food aid to government-held areas since it began airstrikes in support of Syria's government in September 2015. U.S. officials in Washington said a lull in fighting has allowed the delivery of aid to 100,000 people in besieged areas. Pavel Golovkin AP
A man and a child sit with an aid package they received from the Russian military near Maarzaf, Syria, on Wednesday. Russian defense ministry spokesman Maj. Gen. Igor Konashenkov said Russia has delivered around 580 tons of food aid to government-held areas since it began airstrikes in support of Syria's government in September 2015. U.S. officials in Washington said a lull in fighting has allowed the delivery of aid to 100,000 people in besieged areas. Pavel Golovkin AP

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