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World leaders try to fix "broken" aid system

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>> We must half the number of displaced people across the globe by 2030. The message from the UN Secretary General at the opening of the first world humanitarian summit. The due date conference in Istanbul wants businesses and age groups to come up with the joint response to the global refugee crisis and to mobilize funds to do so.
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> Give it a try.>> The summit also announced the launch of a fund to tackle education. It's thought 37 million children living in conflict or crises are out of school. Education Cannot Wait aims to provide 13.6 million of them with quality teaching over the next five years.
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This is flagrantly against humanitarian principles.>>
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But critics say the task is insurmountable in just two days of talks. Aid agency MSF pulled out, concerned it would be little more than a talking shop. And Russia refused to take part because of it's spat with the house nation. Meanwhile, Turkey has called the international humanitarian aids system broken.
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The country is home to around 3 million refugees from neighboring Syria civil war. With President Tai Betawan reiterating his criticism of the west for not doing enough to help them.