NW Syria at breaking point, warns of more displaced


In Syria government forces backed by Russia continued to advance against rebel fighters and it'll province the latest fighting displays nearly two hundred fifty thousand people the V. sees Alan Johnston reports doctors say their hospitals are full and they don't have enough resources is in a live have been telling the international rescue committee aid agency of the severe problems they're facing the I. R. C. says the medics was struggling to care for hundreds of thousands of people displaced by fighting earlier in the year now there are many many more people needing help with hospitals schools and mosques filling up lots of families and being forced to camp in the open with temperatures on the is zero at night they urgently need better shelter food and fuel to keep warm the BBC's Alan Johnston

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