Bombed air raids on the eastern side of the besieged Aleppo, which is controlled by the rebels, and after several weeks of relative calm in the northern Syrian city.
Russian and bombed the Syrians and their allies heavily in the eastern part of Aleppo,
although it was not immediately clear who carried out the renewed attacks.
Russia announced humanitarian aid to stop the bombings a month ago.
The operation began just hours after US President-elect Donald Trump
and Russian President Vladimir Putin has a telephone conversation on Tuesday, The Associated Press writes.
The two leaders agreed “on the need for concerted efforts in the fight against the so-called Kremlin their No. 1 enemy – ‘international terrorism and extremism.” ”
Said Alison Meuse in Beirut NPR newscast unit to Aleppo, “and received text messages residents in recent days, warning them to leave an imminent attack.”
From here more than Allison:
“Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says the bomb attacks barrels airstrikes come after weeks of relative calm, but the deteriorating situation in the east of Aleppo. She says civilians beleaguered side, which is controlled by the rebels stormed the stores, desperate for food. The United Nations has distributed for the last quotas.
“In recent days, the Syrian army and warned residents to flee across the designated corridors, said the rebels to surrender.
The rebels have vowed to fight. Humanitarian worker in Aleppo say they are now shelling neighborhoods controlled by the government.”
Began pause uncomfortable in mid-October, reports the AP, when “Russia said it would halt weeks of deadly air strikes to allow rebels and supporters to leave the east of Aleppo.” However, “the rebels refused to accept the offer of the United Nations failed to negotiate the delivery of aid to the besieged area.”
He said, “our houses shake from the pressure.
Airplanes and high above us and the shelling is around us,” harmful Shehu, a resident of eastern Aleppo, told Reuters.
The observatory said three hospitals have been targeted in the countryside near the city of Aleppo since Monday, although the number of victims and the extent of damage was not immediately clear.
Russia supports the Syrian regime in the conflict,
while the United States allied itself with rebel fighters.
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu announced the beginning of “large-scale operation” on Tuesday,
according to Tass news state-run agency.
She said that Russian aircraft were raids in the provinces of Idlib and Homs in Syria, did not say specifically Aleppo,
which has seen much of the fiercest fighting in the war in Syria.
At the same time, the United Nations issued a new report saying food production in Syria is at record levels,
as a reporter Lisa Schlein said unit newscast our Geneva.
“The United Nations warns that farmers in Syria are being pushed to the limit may be forced to stop farming unless they get immediate help,” said Schlein, and added that the World Food Program, “said 80 per cent of households in all parts of Syria are short on food.” .
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