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In Aleppo, Tens of Thousands Flee Advancing Government Troops

VOA News Wednesday, 30 November 2016
More than 50,000 civilians have fled the rebel-held districts in eastern Aleppo during the past four days as government forces continue their effort to retake the city, according to a Syrian monitor group. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says government artillery fire killed at least 26 civilians early Wednesday in eastern Aleppo, forcing  more people to flee the city. The U.N. Security Council is to hold an emergency meeting on the recent increase in hostilities. Britain...
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Thousands flee fighting in Aleppo Even more may leave – UN France asks for UNSC discussion An estimated 16,000 people have been displaced as a result of Syrian government advances on rebel-held districts of Aleppo. The news comes from the United Nations’ humanitarian...

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