Tuesday, October 4, 2016

The Battle For The Syrian City Of Aleppo Continues

Al Jazeera: Aleppo battle: Assad sends thousands of reinforcements

The Syrian government has deployed thousands of extra fighters in an attempt to reverse rebel gains in the city.

The Syrian government has sent thousands of reinforcements to mount a counterattack in Aleppo after rebels broke through government lines two days earlier, a monitoring group said.

The Lebanese Shia Hezbollah movement and the government have mobilised more than 3,000 troops and militia fighters for an attempt to recapture the areas where the rebels made their breakthrough, according to the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR).

"Hundreds of opposition fighters have also arrived in Aleppo from the [neighbouring] province of Idlib to help in the expected battles," said Rami Abdel Rahman, head of the group.

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More News On The Battle For The Syrian City Of Aleppo

Rebels fend off Aleppo assault as nations seek to rebuild peace process -- Reuters
Syrian Government Forces Press Attack on Aleppo -- AP
Syrian forces backed by the Russians advance against rebels during intense street battles in Aleppo just hours after the US abandoned peace talks -- AFP
Syria: 2nd hospital destroyed by bombs as regime gains ground in Aleppo -- CNN
Number of Civilians Killed in Aleppo Tripled in Days After End of Cease-Fire -- ABC News
U.N. calls assault on Aleppo possible war crime as deaths mount -- USA Today
Syria conflict: Spain and France draft Aleppo truce resolution -- BBC

1 comment:

Aizino Smith said...

The rebels, even after a week's respite would be so much easier to pick off outside Aleppo.

If they have food and water, they are better off in Aleppo.

The Russians are bombing the snot out of Aleppo. John "Forbes (China Trade)" Kerry can piss & moan, prance & lecture and cry all he wants. He can do nothing. He is insignificant.

He will get a lump of coal this Xmas.