Syria needs grow, rebel-held north out of reach: U.N.


GENEVA (Reuters) – The rebel-held north of Syria remains largely out of reach to aid operations, even though they have been stepped up elsewhere in the country torn by civil war, U.N. humanitarian chief Valerie Amos said on Tuesday. “We are watching a humanitarian tragedy unfold before our eyes,” Amos told a news briefing. “We must do all we can to reassure the people that we care and that we will not let them down.” Lebanon Turkey Wars and Interventions Drugs and Medicines Bashar Assad Mercy Corps U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Free Syrian Army Vaccines European Union Syrian opposition representatives told the United Nations this week that some three million people living throughout…

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British supermodel Cara Delevingne rules on fashion catwalks

LONDON (Reuters) – As hundreds of models have strutted down catwalks in New York and London this month for the fall fashion shows, one face has emerged from the crowd — British model Cara Delevingne. At New York Fashion Week last week Delevingne, 20, walked in 13 shows, including Marc […]