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New aid route to rebel-held Syria opens as quake toll nears 40,000


The death toll from the quake is now at 41 thousand across both Turkey and Syria. The first batch of aid has now entered rebel-held Syria through a newly opened crossing. But the country is still in the midst of a civil war, leaving residents in the rebel-held northwest in dire need of aid. FRANCE 24's Jennie Shin reports.

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