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Nearby, but far away: Why aid doesn't make it from Baghdad to refugee camp

In Iraq's Anbar province, the lack of aid is symptomatic of an international system that not only is chronically underfunded but is ill-equipped to respond quickly or effectively in conflict zones.

The workers from a US aid group, on a recent mission to deliver food to displaced families from Fallujah, had to scramble for cover from air strikes targeting a fleeing Islamic State convoy.

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