Relief trucks enter besieged Syrian towns

BEIRUT – Several trucks loaded with humanitarian aid entered four besieged Syrian towns and villages as part of a deal agreed last month between Syria’s warring sides with UN help, sources said. Three trucks carrying food and medical aid entered the Shi’ite towns of Kefraya and al-Foua, under rebel siege in Idlib province in northwest Syria. Simultaneously, three trucks arrived in the towns of Madaya and Zabadani, where insurgents are holed up in a mostly government-held area near the Lebanese border.



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