Security Counsel Fails to Pass Resolution on Syrian Aid

U.N. Security Council squabbling is endangering cross-border aid to Syria. Belgium, Germany, and Kuwait prepared a resolution that would have allowed aid to cross the border into northeast Syria at four points, two in Turkey and two in Iraq, for another year. Russia and China blocked the resolution, however, because ally Syria wanted the Turkish crossing limited to only six months. A severe humanitarian crisis continues to mount in northeast Syria and the Idlib region. Reported by The Guardian.Read moreā€¦