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Victoria Dyas

November 8th, 2013

When ‘Do No Harm’ Hurts

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

Victoria Dyas

November 8th, 2013

When ‘Do No Harm’ Hurts

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

david-keenProfessor David Keen, Professor of Complex Emergencies at LSE, writes for The New York Times:

LONDON — IT’S increasingly clear that humanitarian assistance to rebel-held areas of Syria is being impeded by a fear — shared by the United States, the European Commission and many nongovernmental organizations — that food, medicine and other supplies might fall into the hands of terrorists.

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