US Secretary of State John Kerry has announced the US will provide $601 million (£412 million) of new funding for humanitarian assistance to those affected by the Syrian crisis.
World leaders are meeting in London today to try to address the ongoing crisis which has left an estimated 320,000 people dead.
The UN's aid coordinator, Stephen O'Brien welcomed the amount of aid funding saying it would help Syrian refugees return home sooner.
Seven young Syrian brothers living in a refugee camp in Jordan hope to be soon reunited with their mother in Germany.
President Assad's stranglehold around Aleppo has tightened considerably in the last few days backed by the might of Russian jets.