Channel 4 News filmmaker among thousands trapped in rebel-held Aleppo
Channel 4 News filmmaker Wa’ad al Kateab, her doctor husband and 11-month-old baby girl are among up to 50,000 people still trapped inside the ever-shrinking enclave of rebel-held eastern Aleppo.
Syria: civilians leaving Aleppo
They are exhausted, they are disillusioned, they are in very bad shape – but they have finally escaped rebel-held Aleppo, the Red Cross says – after a convoy of buses and ambulances carried some thousand civilians out of the besieged enclave. More vehicles are on the way – the priority, taking the wounded, the sick,…
Inside Aleppo: latest from sources in the city
Sources say some 110 medical staff remained in eastern Aleppo’s last remaining hospital as of midnight last night.
Syrian troops continue advance
Russia is claiming that just 7 per cent of East Aleppo remains in rebel-held hands, as Syrian government troops continue their advance deeper into the city. Diana Magnay reports.
Aleppo: the agony goes on
Rescue workers claim that at least another 45 people have been killed today as the bombardment of east Aleppo by regime forces intensified. With the United Nations Security Council meeting to discuss their plight, around 50,000 people are now reported to have fled their homes in the east of the city in the last 72…
Jon Snow interviews Aleppo MP Fares Shehabi
Interview with Fares Shehabi, the pro-regime MP for Aleppo.
Misery in Aleppo
In Aleppo the airstrikes continue – a whole family is killed in the east of the city by a barrel bomb while at least eight children die in government held west Aleppo after a school was hit by rebel shelling.
Welcome to Aleppo, Syria. The relentless bombardment. The curse of barrel bombs. The growing list of casualties. Behind every statistic, there is almost unimaginable human suffering.