Friday, November 4, 2016

Russian-Declared Cease-Fire In Aleppo Has Fallen Apart

The Guardian: Aleppo braces for Russian assault as rebels vow to defy ultimatum

Moscow says evacuation corridors are in place ahead of expected bombardment of east of Syrian city but rebels plan to stay

Syrian rebel groups in east Aleppo are planning to defy an ultimatum from Vladimir Putin to abandon the city by Friday night, insisting that promised safe passages out of besieged areas do not exist and that an imminent Russian blitz will not change the course of the war.

As the Russian carrier group expected to take part in the attack moved into their final positions in the eastern Mediterranean, opposition fighters made fresh forays into west Aleppo, the latest in a series of attempts to break a four-year siege of the rebel -held east, which is surrounded by Iranian-backed militias that support the Syrian leader.

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More News On The Russian-Declared Cease-Fire In Aleppo Falling Apart

Russian-declared pause in Syria's Aleppo broken -- AP
Aleppo evacuation routes deserted as 'ceasefire' ends -- Al Jazeera
Russian-declared cease-fire in Aleppo falls apart -- UPI
Aleppo evacuations to fall flat, rebels prevent any exit: Syria official -- Reuters
Syria: 'Final truce chance' for Aleppo rebels begins -- BBC
Temporary ceasefire goes into effect in Syria's Aleppo -- DW
Rebels step up Aleppo offensive with three car bombs -- Reuters
Rebel-held zone of Syria's Aleppo braces for renewed bombardment -- Reuters
Aleppo: 2 Russian soldiers injured, media evacuated in militant shelling of humanitarian corridor -- RT

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