UN humanitarian envoy Baroness Amos
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Syrian refugees 'think world has forgotten them'

The UN is launching its biggest ever appeal for aid, to help those affected by the nearly three years of civil war in Syria.

A study suggests some four out of every five people are worried food supplies are running out - and bread now costs five times what it used to.

Millions of Syrians have fled their homes, and the UN's humanitarian envoy, Baroness Amos, says many she has met say they feel the world has abandoned them.

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