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Syria's Red Crescent said Monday that it had distributed 6,650 food rations in three areas of Damascus where rebels and the army reached a truce, but which are still under partial blockade.The Red Crescent said it also provided medical treatment to 460 residents during the operation, while another 1,700 sick people were able to leave.According to activists and rights organizations, the siege on the rebel-held areas has not ended.In Moadamieh, southwest of Damascus, activists have denounced restrictions imposed by the army ever since a truce was agreed in late December.
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