Workers unload parcels of aid to deliver to the Syrian rebel-held town of Darayya
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Reports of bomb attacks on Syrian town after UN food drop

The Syrian military has reportedly attacked the besieged rebel-held town of Darayya, dropping close to 30 crudely made bombs from helicopters.

It happened just hours after the government had allowed the UN to make a food aid delivery to the area for the first time in four years.

Tom Donkin reports.

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