A view shows buildings damaged by what activists said was an air strike by forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad at the Armenian Christian town of Kasab March 27, 2014. (REUTERS/Stringer)
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President Bashar Assad's government bears overwhelming responsibility for an arbitrary and unjustified refusal to allow aid convoys access to 3.5 million Syrians in hard-to-reach areas, Britain said Friday.Of 220,000 Syrians living under siege, 80 percent remain besieged by the Syrian government, and only 14,000 have been reached in the last month, the ambassador added.Since February, the Syrian government has allowed aid in through only one regime-held border crossing with Turkey in the northeast of the country.Human Rights Watch also said the Syrian government was obstructing aid.
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