- An aid convoy brought food and medicine to the Syrian town of Madaya 10 days ago, but people are still starving
- Activists say up to 10 people have died from malnutrition since the delivery; more than 20 died before it arrived
- Experts have repeatedly warned that residents will continue to starve unless consistent aid is allowed in to the town
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(CNN)The world's attention may have moved on, and the aid convoys driven away, but in besieged Madaya, now caught in the bitterly cold grip of ice and snow, people are still starving.