Germany pledges more aid for Syrian earthquake victims
26 February 2023 | 5:50 am
German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock said Berlin would increase aid by over €22 million. Meanwhile, the UN reports almost 9 million people have been affected by the disaster in Syria. Follow DW for the latest.
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