Syrians walk past a vehicle of the Syrian Red Crescent as an aid convoy crosses the Syrian army checkpoint at al-Wafideen refugee camp on the Damascus-Douma road on March 4, 2016. AFP / YOUSSEF KARWASHAN
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Aid groups were unable to deliver much-needed food packages to four besieged towns in war-torn Syria Monday, the International Committee of the Red Cross said, citing security problems.Under an agreement negotiated with the two warring sides in the five-year war, aid groups were set to deliver aid to Madaya and Zabadani, two towns near Damascus blockaded by the regime, and Foua and Kefraya, which are besieged by rebels in Syria's northwest.Rebel-held Qalaat al-Madiq is located on the road to Kefraya in northern Syria, he said.
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