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Baroness Amos 'wanted to see more progress' in Syria talks

UN humanitarian chief Valerie Amos has said Baba Amr in Homs, has been completely destroyed and that there is evidence that tanks have rolled through it.

In an interview with the BBC's Ros Atkins following her visit to Syria, she reported that there were very few people left in the district.

She also expressed concern that not enough aid was reaching those who needed it.

Baroness Amos said that the Syrian government had agreed to the UN conducting a limited assessment of the situation, but that Damascus claimed it needed more time.

She told the BBC that it was not nearly enough, but that her team would do what it could.

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