Fears of major drought in Syria could uproot more people

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Millions of Syrians could face a major drought in the North West of the country if more rain does not fall in the next month.

The World Food Programme is warning that 6.5 million Syrians could need emergency rations, up from the current figure of 4.2 million.

Claire Doole reports from Geneva.

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