Aftermath of airstrike on Syrian refugee camp
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Syria conflict: 'Little hope of real ceasefire'

An air strike on a Syrian refugee camp that reportedly killed at least 28 people could amount to a war crime, a senior UN official has told the BBC.

Stephen O'Brien, the UN humanitarian affairs chief, called for an inquiry into the attack on the Kamouna camp in the northern Idlib province.

Thursday's attack came a day after the extension of a truce was confirmed. But as Will Ross reports, there is little hope of a full ceasefire.

  • 06 May 2016
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