United Nations seeks $1.5 bln to address Syria crisis

By REUTERS
December 19, 2012 14:34

 
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GENEVA - The United Nations appealed on Wednesday for $1.5 billion to provide life-saving aid to Syrians suffering from a "dramatically deteriorating" humanitarian situation.

The twin appeals, $519.6 million for aid within Syria and $1 billion to meet the needs of up to 1 million Syrian refugees in five countries, comprise the "largest short-term humanitarian appeal ever," the world body said in a statement.

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