Almost all the militants were transported from eastern districts of Aleppo city to Idlib province leaving the most radical ones ‘to stay till the end’. Various reports say from 800 to 1,200 militants of so-called ‘moderate opposition’ and radical jihadist groups are still remaining in the blocked areas of the city.
The residents of Aleppo have taken to the Syrian city’s streets to celebrate the imminent official announcement of the city’s full liberation from militants.
According to Conflict Overwatch sources rebels plan offensive to force a breakthrough in Eastern Aleppo in direction of al Rashidin, 1070 Apartments project, Salah al Din and al Hamdaniyeh districts.
Families that fled Bab al-Hadid neighborhood said that the terrorist groups were distributing only three loaves of bread for three days of a family, while the Syrian Red Crescent Society’s flour bags sent to the people in East Aleppo were going to the al-Shamiyeh Front terrorists’ warehouses in Bab al-Hadid.
The UN human rights office says foreign-backed militants are blocking civilians from fleeing eastern parts of the Syrian city of Aleppo.
Reports say militants tried to breach the blockade of rebel-held E.Aleppo areas via Sheih Saeed district for six times, but all of them failed.
According to the source rebels have offered the Syrian Government a new five-day pause as they keep losing ground in the Eastern part of Aleppo city.
Syrian Army troops and popular forces captured more districts in Southeastern Aleppo after brief clashes with Jaish al Fatah group.
After a large-scale offensive SAA units arrested a number of militants. One of them was questioned shortly after capturing https://youtu.be/Z_45cRncAuU
Rebel groups shelled Russian military mobile hospital in Aleppo’s al Furqan district with heavy artillery, killing 1 female doctor and injuring 2 medics (a man and a woman).