Crowds of civilians waited on Yarmouk Street on Saturday, Feb. 1, 2014, in the Yarmouk refugee camp in Damascus for their relatives to return to them carrying food parcels. The United Nations Relief and Works Agency, with responsibility for providing assistance to Palestinians, began substantial food deliveries in Yarmouk on Thursday, Jan. 30, for the first time since June. As of Sunday, UNRWA had delivered 3,571 parcels in that four-day span.
Crowds of civilians waited on Yarmouk Street on Saturday, Feb. 1, 2014, in the Yarmouk refugee camp in Damascus for their relatives to return to them carrying food parcels. The United Nations Relief and Works Agency, with responsibility for providing assistance to Palestinians, began substantial food deliveries in Yarmouk on Thursday, Jan. 30, for the first time since June. As of Sunday, UNRWA had delivered 3,571 parcels in that four-day span. Courtesy United Nations Relief and Works Agency
Crowds of civilians waited on Yarmouk Street on Saturday, Feb. 1, 2014, in the Yarmouk refugee camp in Damascus for their relatives to return to them carrying food parcels. The United Nations Relief and Works Agency, with responsibility for providing assistance to Palestinians, began substantial food deliveries in Yarmouk on Thursday, Jan. 30, for the first time since June. As of Sunday, UNRWA had delivered 3,571 parcels in that four-day span. Courtesy United Nations Relief and Works Agency

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