US wants a no-fly zone in Syrian “key areas”, John Kerry urges
The US Secretary of State, John Kerry, has called for all planes to be grounded in key areas of Syria to save the collapsed truce, following an attack on aid convoy.
In a blistering speech at the United Nations, Mr Kerry said the future of Syria was “hanging by a thread”.
He said Monday’s attack, which killed 20 civilians, had raised profound doubt over whether Russia and the Syrian government would live up to terms of the ceasefire deal.
Moscow has denied being involved.
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