DAMASCUS, Syria | Aid workers enter remote Syrian camp for 1st time

DAMASCUS, Syria | Aid workers enter remote Syrian camp for 1st time

DAMASCUS, Syria — U.N. officials and volunteers from the Syrian Arab Red Crescent offered children vaccinations and distributed desperately needed aid on Sunday, the first such assistance to reach thousands in a remote camp for the displaced on Syria’s border with Jordan since January.

Residents said that humanitarians from international organizations entered their desolate camp for the first time since it was set up over three years ago, where nearly 50,000 have been stranded in limbo.

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