A girl stands near Syria Democratic Forces (SDF) fighters on a damaged street in Manbij, in Aleppo Governorate, Syria, August 7, 2016. REUTERS/Rodi Said
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The United Nations called Tuesday for an urgent cease-fire in the divided Syrian city of Aleppo, where it said two million people lacked access to clean running water, with children most at risk of disease.The statement was signed by Yacoub El Hillo, U.N. Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator for Syria, and Kevin Kennedy, U.N. regional humanitarian coordinator for the Syria crisis.U.N. Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura and U.N. Emergency Relief Coordinator Stephen O'Brien are to brief the Security Council on the deteriorating situation in Aleppo on Tuesday.In July there were at least 10 confirmed attacks on health facilities in Aleppo city, the World Health Organization said.
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