The U.N. humanitarian aid agency said it has temporarily suspended all convoys in Syria following the attack on the convoy, plunging the already grim five-year-old Syrian war deeper into uncertainty.
The Russians have angrily denied the allegations that they or the Assad regime were responsible. The claims of Russian or Syrian fault began right after the strike when opposition and aid groups, including the Syrian Arab Red Crescent, said it had to have been an aircraft that hit them.
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