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As Syrian conflict enters 10th year, ‘brutal truth’ is, there is little protection for families

New York: Although a fragile ceasefire agreed in northwest Syria is still holding, UN humanitarians on Friday warned of dire conditions for hundreds of thousands of civilians displaced by conflict, now in its tenth year.

War in Syria: 'Carnage', flouting of rights and international law, must stop: Guterres

New York: UN agencies have underscored their commitment to continue supporting civilians affected by the war in Syria, which this month enters its tenth year. The Secretary-General issued a statement on Thursday, declaring that "we cannot allow the tenth year to result in the same carnage, the same flouting of human rights and international humanitarian law."

UNICEF urges governments to repatriate thousands of foreign children stranded in northeast Syria

New York: The head of the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is appealing for countries to repatriate scores of foreign children who are stranded in northeast Syria in the wake of the Turkish-launched offensive which began last month.

Security Council discusses chemical weapons use in Syria following latest global watchdog report

New York, Mar 7: The UN Security Council met behind closed doors on Wednesday, to discuss the latest findings of the global chemical weapons watchdog in Syria, which concluded that there were “reasonable grounds” that a chemical attack took place during the crucial battle for control of Eastern Ghouta, last April.

Aid convoy for north-east Syria postponed over security concerns – UN relief chief

New York, Oct 30: A humanitarian convoy carrying relief aid for tens of thousands of “desperate” civilians in north-eastern Syria who have not received aid since January this year, has been postponed owing to security concerns along its route, the United Nations top humanitarian official said on Monday.

Millions at risk if Syria’s war moves to last redoubt of Idlib, warns senior aid official

New York, Aug 10: Aid access to embattled Syrians may soon improve following recent military gains by the Government, but the war “cannot be allowed to go to Idlib”, the head of the UN’s Humanitarian Task Force said on Thursday.

UN chief strongly condemns terrorist attacks in south-west Syria

New York: The United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres, has strongly condemned multiple suicide bombings on Wednesday in the government-held town of Sweida, in Syria’s south-west, which killed and injured scores of civilians.

UN aid chief highlights 2 million Syrians in greatest need

New York, May 30: Less than 20 per cent of the “desperate” civilians living in Syria’s hard-to-reach areas have got the humanitarian aid they need so far this year, a senior United Nations official warned on Tuesday, calling for the Security Council to help ease their plight.

Benjamin Netanyahu expresses 'full support' to Trump's decision to conduct air strikes on Syria

Tel Aviv, Apr 15: Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has expressed his 'full support' to the decision taken by US President Donald Trump and several other western powers over conducting air strikes in Syria in connection with alleged use of chemical weapons in the country recently.