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February 13, 2014 11:47 AM

Some almost good news from Yarmouk: UNRWA says deal in works to allow aid access

Five days after Syrian authorities halted what apparently had been a successful 10 days of food distribution in Damascus' Yarmouk refugee camp, one of Syria's besieged areas, there was hopeful news today from Christopher Gunness, the spokesman for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency: UNRWA's crews were allowed once again into the area to set up for distribution. Not that distribution actually took place.

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