Displaced Syrians appeal for international aid after floods

Families have been living in tents without running water or electricity since their homes came under attack by government forces.

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    Hundreds of displaced Syrians are appealing for international aid after their makeshift camp in northern Idlib flooded.

    They have been living in tents without running water or electricity since their homes came under attack by government forces.

    Al Jazeera's Victoria Gatenby reports.


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