Al Jazeera: Fears grow in east Aleppo as government forces close in
Humanitarian situation turns from "terrible to terrifying", UN says, with 100,000 children trapped in urban fighting.
Syrian government forces and allied fighters advanced further into rebel-held Aleppo on Monday, pressing an offensive in defiance of international concern for the fate of the city and its beleaguered civilians.
"At least 36 people were killed in Monday's bombing," rescue worker Ibrahim Abu Leith told Al Jazeera. "These are the most violent attacks we've seen in five years."
The recapture of the rebel-held east, which fell from government control in 2012, would be the government's most significant victory since the conflict began more than five years ago.
The international community appeared unlikely to halt the government's advance, despite expressing outrage over rising civilian deaths and the targeting of hospitals and rescue-worker facilities in the east.
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