At least 51 people, including 13 rebels, died in a single day of Syrian government air strikes and shelling of opposition-controlled districts of Aleppo, activists said as international mediators were ...
Government aircraft have dropped barrel bombs on the northern city of Aleppo, killing at least 11 people, according to Syrian activists. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the ...
Clashes rage in the town of Khanaser in Syria’s Aleppo province. Deborah Lutterbeck reports. “A rebel display of firepower in Aleppo province” is categorized as “world”. This video was licensed from Grab Networks. For additional video content, click the ... FULL ARTICLE AT American Banking News
Government airstrikes and barrel bombs tossed from helicopters rained down on the northern city of Aleppo and the rebel bastion of Yabroud Wednesday, killing at least four people and wounding a number of others. FULL ARTICLE AT The Lebanon Daily Star
Zaher Sahloul writes: In the last day of my medical mission to Aleppo in October 2013, I was asked to examine a toddler who had arrived at our hospital after being shot in the head by a sniper one hour ... FULL ARTICLE AT War In Context
Evidence shows chemical weapons used in two attacks came from the Syrian government's stockpiles, a panel of U.N. investigators said Wednesday in a new report that needled world powers as deserving some of the blame for the country ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Wichita Eagle
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Aleppo (Arabic: حلب [ˈħalab], other names), located in northern Syria, is the second largest Syrian city and the most populous in the Levant, with a population of 2,181,061 (2004 official census) and the capital of the Aleppo Governorate, the most populous Syrian Governorate with a population of more than 4,507,000 (2009 estimate).
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