US, UN worry about quake aid after air strike on Aleppo airport

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By Daphne Psaledakis and Michelle Nichols WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The United States said on Wednesday it would be concerned if there is a prolonged disruption to humanitarian aid deliveries in Syria after the Aleppo airport was knocked out of service by an air strike that Syrian state media blamed on Israel. The airport was being used to deliver aid to victims of last month’s earthquake that killed thousands. Syria’s Ministry of Transport had diverted all flights with earthquake aid to Damascus or Latakia, the United Nations said on Wednesday. U.S. State Department spokesperson Ned Price said th…

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