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75,000 Stranded Syrians Won't Get Aid During the Cease-Fire

75,000 Stranded Syrians Won't Get Aid During the Cease-FireAs a cease-fire takes tenuous hold in Syria, humanitarian aid is finally within reach for more than 250,000 people sealed off in rebel-held east Aleppo. By this afternoon, local time, the Syrian government had failed to provide letters of permission allowing the aid trucks into Syria near Aleppo, according to the United Nations, breaching the freshly inked U.S.-Russian agreement. The U.N. Special Envoy for Syria, Staffan de Mistura, says U.N. trucks are at the Turkish border town of Cilvegozu, but cannot move without written permission from the government.

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