BEIRUT, Lebanon — The familiar hum of a drone lingered overhead as Omar Barakat, the local chief of the Red Crescent, watched workers unload lifesaving cargo at a warehouse in the rebel-held town of Urum al-Kubra, Syria.
“Be careful,” Ammar al-Salmo, a rescue worker, warned Mr. Barakat. He was only half joking; too many times, he had seen his own ambulances hit by airstrikes as they rushed to help people.
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