07 March 2013

 PARIS - Medical charity Doctors Without Borders said on Thursday that Syria's health system had collapsed after nearly two years of conflict and that foreign aid was falling fall short of what was needed to address the country's "humanitarian catastrophe"... "Medical aid is being targeted, hospitals destroyed, and medical personnel captured," said MSF's president, Marie-Pierre Allie. MSF said international aid was "extremely restricted" in opposition-controlled areas of Syria and that the "capacity of humanitarian organisations to deploy impartial aid throughout Syria must be urgently increased."

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