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UN launches record $5.2-billion Syria aid appeal


The United Nations on Friday launched a record $5.2-billion aid appeal to fund operations in Syria and neighbouring nations, warning that the number of people caught up in the brutal conflict would spiral to 10 million. Duration: 01:13

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