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Aleppo: United Nations condemns ‘descent into hell’ as civilians flee govt offensive

Firstpost Wednesday, 30 November 2016
The UN has condemned the "descent into hell" being endured by civilians in Aleppo, with the Red Cross saying nearly 20,000 people have fled a Syrian government offensive on the city in three days.

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News video: UN Holds Emergency Meeting to Address Concerns over Aleppo

UN Holds Emergency Meeting to Address Concerns over Aleppo 00:51

The United Nations Security Council has held an emergency meeting to address the dire humanitarian situation in Aleppo. One UN official stated the Syrian city is suffering a descent into hell. Syrian forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad entered eastern Aleppo over the weekend, capturing...

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