More must be done to place Syrian refugees; conflict sees worst violence in months - UN
The world's attention has moved away from Syria following the battle for Aleppo, despite the fact that the last few months have been "some of the worst" for civilians, the United Nations humanitarian chief told the Security Council, reiterating calls for an end to the six year conflict.
"Violence continues to rear its ugly head in various parts of the country, even if it largely disappeared from the world's TV screens since the evacuation of East Aleppo," Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator Stephen O'Brien told the Council.
"The last months have been some of the worst yet for civilians inside Syria," he added. "For Syria, that is saying something."