An aid convoy near the Syrian city of Aleppo was hit by "attacks" on Monday not "airstrikes", the United Nations has said.
UN humanitarian spokesman Jens Laerke said: "We are not in a position to determine whether these were in fact airstrikes. We are in a position to say that the convoy was attacked."
A statement from UN humanitarian officials in Syria had described the assault on the convoy as "airstrikes" but was swiftly amended to read "attacks", after what Mr Laerke described as a drafting error.
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