The U.N. completes food distribution in remote Syria camp near Jordan. (The Daily Star/UN, HO)
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The United Nations has finished distribution of aid to thousands of Syrians, mostly women and children, stranded in the desert close to the border with Jordan, an aid official said Wednesday.The U.S. State Department welcomed the aid to the camp, located close to the Tanf U.S. military base in the desert near where the borders of Syria, Jordan and Iraq converge.The camp was last month besieged on the Syrian side of the border by the Syrian army, preventing smugglers and traders from delivering food.
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