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Syrian war: Bashar al-Assad's forces advancing on rebel-held Aleppo as hospitals, schools and homes bombed

Independent Monday, 21 November 2016
Violence intensifies after Syrian government rejects proposed UN truce
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News video: Aleppo Blitz Kills 21 including Four Children

Aleppo Blitz Kills 21 including Four Children 01:23

activists and medical staff said at least 21 people were killed on Wednesday in a Syrian regime blitz over war-ravaged eastern Aleppo that pounded hospitals, a blood bank and targets near schools. Four children were among the dead. With nine barrel bombs striking the Children's Hospital, Al-Bayan...

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