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Russia, China veto extension of cross-border aid to Syria: diplomats


Permanent Representative of Germany to the UN Christoph Heusgen announces that a UN Security Council resolution to prolong cross-border humanitarian aid to war-torn Syria has not been adopted after two permanent members, Russia and China, voted to veto the extension. SOUNDBITE

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