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Aleppo Syria battle: UN alarm as 16,000 civilians flee advance

BBC News Tuesday, 29 November 2016
Aleppo Syria battle: UN alarm as 16,000 civilians flee advanceSome 16,000 civilians have fled the Syrian government's advance into rebel-held Aleppo, the UN says.
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News video: Renewed Aleppo Strikes Kill 141 Civilians

Renewed Aleppo Strikes Kill 141 Civilians 00:55

The Britain-based war monitor, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said it had documented hundreds of injuries as a result of Russian and Syrian air strikes and shelling by government forces and its allies on the besieged eastern half of the divided city of Aleppo. . At least 141 civilians,...

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