Syria wounded fear closure of vital aid corridor

In a camp in northwestern Syria, Mohamad al-Abdullah relies on UN aid to treat a spinal injury that could have left him paralysed -- had it not been for cross-border assistance. But with Russia indicating it wants to shut the region's last aid crossing during a UN Security Council vote in the next two weeks, the 17-year-old and millions like him risk losing a vital conduit for life-saving assistance.

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