The United Nations on Wednesday carried out its first humanitarian airdrop in Syria to help civilians besieged by Islamic State jihadists, the UN aid chief said.
"Earlier this morning, a WFP plane dropped the first cargo of 21 tonnes of items into Deir Ezzor," Stephen O'Brien told the UN Security Council.
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