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Jordan will allow aid drops to Syrians stranded at border, while Doctors Without Borders pleads for access to Aleppo

Jordan is willing to allow regular aid drops by crane from its territory to tens of thousands of Syrians stranded on its sealed desert border, the government spokesman said on Monday. The comments by Mohammed Momani signaled an apparent shift in Jordan's position in talks with international aid...
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