rt.com – No one allowed to leave: Militants shell East Aleppo exit route as humanitarian pause ends
Not a single civilian has been able to flee militant-held East Aleppo as the third day of a humanitarian ceasefire initiated by Moscow and Damascus came to an end, RT’s correspondent on the ground reports. Terrorists also bombed the humanitarian corridor.
almasdarnews.com – Syrian Army, Hezbollah capture new territory in southern Aleppo
almasdarnews.com – Russian jets strike jihadist forces in southern Aleppo ahead of upcoming offensive
BREAKING: Aleppo’s War Battlefield Update – Terrorists planning counter offensive in Aleppo, Syria
Ny intervju med Syriens president – Video: President al-Assad: “Fighting Terrorists is the Way to Protect Civilians in Aleppo”. Vicious, Shabby Interview by Swiss SRF-TV
Om den där bilden på pojken i ambulansen som hela världen har sett.
Journalist: This young boy has become the symbol of the war. I think that you know this picture.
President Assad: Of course I saw it.
Journalist: His name is Omran. Five years old.
President Assad: Yeah.
Journalist: Covered with blood, scared, traumatized. Is there anything you would like to say to Omran and his family?
President Assad: There’s something I would like to say to you first of all, because I want you to go back after my interview, and go to the internet to see the same picture of the same child, with his sister, both were rescued by what they call them in the West “White Helmets” which is a facelift of al-Nusra in Aleppo. They were rescued twice, each one in a different incident, and just as part of the publicity of those White Helmets. None of these incidents were true. You can have it manipulated, and it is manipulated. I’m going to send you those two pictures, and they are on the internet, just to see that this is a forged picture, not a real one. We have real pictures of children being harmed, but this one in specific is a forged one.
moonofalabama – Syria’s “White Helmets”: Assad Says The “Boy In The Ambulance” Is Fake – This Proves It
globalresearch.ca – Life in Syria, as Recounted by a Syrian