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Syrian Exodus From Aleppo

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The russian terrorists airstrikes make syrians do large refuge to Turkey.

Russian bombs triggering mass Aleppo exodus, Syria conference told

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MSF pleads for access to treat the wounded in Aleppo...
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Medics Plead for Access to Syria's Embattled Aleppo
OCT. 10, 2016 — Doctors Without Borders pleaded on Monday for access to treat the wounded in the rebel-held part of Syria's Aleppo as government forces pressed ahead with an offensive that has killed hundreds of people in recent weeks.
The international charity, also known by its French acronym MSF, said in a statement that medical workers in Aleppo are exhausted and that the overstretched facilities face an impending fuel shortage. MSF, which supports eight hospitals in Aleppo's besieged eastern quarters, says just 35 doctors remain in the area, serving a population of 275,000. Eastern Aleppo's Health Directorate said the wounded were sleeping outside overcrowded hospitals, waiting for care. The U.N. has warned that the Aleppo bombardment by Syrian and Russian warplanes could leave thousands more dead by the year's end. "Russia and Syria must stop the indiscriminate bombing now and abide by the rules of war to avoid the extreme suffering of the unprotected civilian population," said Pablo Marco, MSF's operations manager for the Middle East.

The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which monitors the conflict through local contacts, reported heavy fighting along the east-west Aleppo front lines. Another activist-run group, the Local Coordination Committees, said rebels were fighting to repel government forces from the city's largest water facility, which serves over a million people. In another besieged area near the capital, Damascus, doctors reported up to two dozen cases of kidney failure that they said resulted from malnutrition. Muhammad Darwish, a local physician, said doctors confirmed renal failure in 12 people in the town of Madaya and were investigating another 12 cases.

Government forces have laid siege to Madaya, home to some 40,000 people, since late last year. Last winter, MSF reported at least 16 deaths there resulting from malnutrition and lack of medical care. "We are only eating carbohydrates. We aren't receiving any vitamins or protein," said Darwish. The government has prohibited the U.N. from delivering seeds or dialysis kits to the town, in what the opposition says is a strategy aimed at forcing the town to surrender.

The U.N. Security Council is deadlocked over how to respond to the Aleppo crisis, with Russia on Saturday vetoing a French-drafted resolution demanding an immediate halt to Russian and Syrian airstrikes and the rest of the council voting down a Russian resolution calling for the evacuation of opposition fighters. Moscow has been a key backer of Syrian President Bashar Assad throughout the conflict.

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Syrian gov't. holding fleeing Aleppo residents hostage...

Monitor says Syrians being held by government in Aleppo
November 30, 2016 - The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Wednesday the Syrian government had detained hundreds of people forced to flee rebel-held areas of east Aleppo by a fierce attack aimed at taking back the whole city.
A Syrian military source denied anyone had been arrested but said the identities of people leaving rebel-held areas were being checked and that anyone who was unknown was being put in "specific places" in areas where civilians were gathered. The source said this was in case militants had left with them. "A large amount of people came out," the source said. "There are enormous numbers that need checking and follow-up. That's the situation."

The Observatory, a British-based war monitor, said the government was detaining and questioning displaced people who have fled towards northeastern parts of the city, which the army and its allies have captured from rebels in recent days. Some of the young men may be taken to join the army, while others may be investigated, it added. More than 300 people are currently missing, the Observatory said.

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Syrian gov't. holding fleeing Aleppo residents hostage...

Monitor says Syrians being held by government in Aleppo
November 30, 2016 - The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Wednesday the Syrian government had detained hundreds of people forced to flee rebel-held areas of east Aleppo by a fierce attack aimed at taking back the whole city.
A Syrian military source denied anyone had been arrested but said the identities of people leaving rebel-held areas were being checked and that anyone who was unknown was being put in "specific places" in areas where civilians were gathered. The source said this was in case militants had left with them. "A large amount of people came out," the source said. "There are enormous numbers that need checking and follow-up. That's the situation."

The Observatory, a British-based war monitor, said the government was detaining and questioning displaced people who have fled towards northeastern parts of the city, which the army and its allies have captured from rebels in recent days. Some of the young men may be taken to join the army, while others may be investigated, it added. More than 300 people are currently missing, the Observatory said.

Monitor says Syrians being held by government in Aleppo
How can the monitor see that, waltky? When will you stop posting this al-Qaeda Propaganda?
 

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Did too...

... `cause dey talked to `em...

... I guess...

... Yoyo Ma.

(Dat's Chinese for Yo Mama.)
 

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Christian generals of the Syrian Arab Army key to the recent successes of the SAA in Aleppo. Aleppo has a large Christian population. Cheers for secular Syria.
 

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Yeah...

... `cause Russia been bombin' `em...

... to smithereens.
 

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Yeah...

... `cause Russia been bombin' `em...

... to smithereens.
And they are doing it well and the Syrians too! High precision airstrikes, coordinates provided by East Aleppo´s residents.

The child beheaders are in urgent need of explosives for their suicide thingy. See how generous Assad and Putin are?

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