World leaders pledged a total of $10 billion Thursday to help millions of victims of Syria's civil war - even as diplomatic efforts to end the conflict stuttered and stalled.
Leaders attending an international donors' conference in London committed almost $6 billion in aid for 2016, with the rest to be handed over by 2020, British Prime Minister David Cameron said. But the funding commitments came as military bombardments in Syria intensified and tentative peace talks in Geneva were on hold.
Here is a look at what some countries have pledged for 2016 and beyond:
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