With diplomatic efforts disintegrating, estimated 200,000 people stuck in area where increasingly ground-based war is creeping ever closer
Around 200,000 civilians have fled fighting in Syria's most populous city Aleppo and many more were trapped, the UN said as a fierce government offensive against rebels entered a second day.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - The Syrian army and allied Iranian and Hezbollah forces are preparing for a ground offensive against insurgents in the Aleppo area backed by Russian air strikes, two senior regional officials familiar with the pla...
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They are haunting images: rubble-filled streets and entire blocks of ghostly facades. The United Nations says about 250,000 civilians are trapped in rebel-held eastern Aleppo.