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UN humanitarian chief in Syria appeal
Valerie Amos calls on countries with vested interests to put aside differences for sake of civilian population.
Last Modified: 23 Sep 2012 19:31

Valerie Amos, the UN humanitarian chief, says Syria needs a political solution to its 18-month conflict.

She called on countries with vested interests to put aside their differences - for the sake of the 2.5 million Syrians she says have been affected by the violence.

Amos spoke to Al Jazeera's James Bays about the situation.

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