Middle East

U.S. to tighten mechanisms for FSA aid delivery

Warehouses of aid and equipment like this one in southern Turkey have seen a drop-off in activity due to western concerns about where the supplies end up.

This article was amended on Tuesday, November 26 2013

An article Monday titled “U.S. to tighten mechanisms for FSA aid delivery” reported that tents captured by ISIS never reached the intended Free Syrian Army recipients and that their location remained unclear. The Daily Star has since learned that the tents were retrieved the previous Wednesday. FSA officers captured in the attack were also released after t over the weekend, Syrian Military Council sources confirmed.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Daily Star on November 25, 2013, on page 8.




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