Men stand in an alleyway of demolished buildings in the Yarmouk Palestinian refugee camp in the Syrian capital Damascus on April 6, 2015. AFP PHOTO / YOUSSEF KARWASHAN
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Syria said Tuesday it is ready to offer Palestinians its firepower to support their battle with ISIS in a refugee camp devastated by clashes and aerial attacks.The deteriorating humanitarian situation in the Yarmouk camp pushed the U.N. Security Council to demand greater access to residents trapped between the encroaching ISIS jihadis and besieging government forces. A meeting among Syria's Palestinian factions is set for Wednesday to discuss a broader consensus.Many of the Palestinian factions in Yarmouk are opposed to the Syrian government.
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