Ceasefire agreed in Aleppo
It is a hellish corner of a city already reduced to hell on earth, but in the past few minutes Russia says all military action in Eastern Aleppo has stopped, with a deal to allow militant fighters and civilians to leave. This programme has just learned that buses carrying the most badly injured people out…
Jon Snow interviews journalist Rania Abouzeid, who has reported extensively on the Syrian conflict, former International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell, and Dr David Nott, a British surgeon who has been working with medical teams to save the lives of the seriously wounded in Aleppo.
Trapped in East Aleppo: Waad Al-Kateab
Over the last year Channel 4 News has broadcast the images of camerawoman Waad Al-Kateab as she has documented the plight of people trapped in rebel-held East Aleppo. Today, trapped in one of the last remaining rebel-held areas, with the Assad regime on the verge of taking it back, she sent us this audio message.
Aleppo: have we reached the endgame?
The Syrian army has said it is in the last moments before declaring victory in the battle to recapture the eastern part of Aleppo. Today, the situation has become more desperate by the hour for the remaining civilians.
Aleppo: Amnesty International says UN has failed Syria
In Syria, the exodus of civilians from the besieged eastern side of the Syrian city of Aleppo continues. The United Nations now says that more than 30 thousand people – mostly women and children – have fled the area. But there are increasing reports that men of fighting age among the evacuees are being detained…
Clashes in Calais Jungle camp
Officers fired tear gas to break up one group of migrants and activists who began throwing stones, as the French authorities began clearing makeshift shelters and tents from the Calais Jungle.