The UK is to give another £100m to Syria to help tackle the war-torn country's humanitarian crisis.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said the pledge - which takes the total from the government to £500m - showed the UK was "leading the charge" to help.
Speaking from New York, Mr Clegg said: "We cannot avert our gaze from the Syrian people, especially children."
The £100m will go to agencies providing food, clean water and shelter to four million people displaced by fighting.
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