Russia and Syrian government launched air strikes on Aleppo again

Fighting continues in the besieged, rebel-held neighborhoods of eastern Aleppo, a day after the end of a 72-hour "humanitarian" cease-fire that had been declared by Syria's government and its main ally, Russia.

Censor.NET reports citing Radio Liberty.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said air strikes from either Syrian or Russian warplanes began again on Oct.22 after a three-day cease-fire.

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The United Nations estimates more than 250,000 civilians are still trapped in the besieged rebel-held neighborhoods of the city.

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Russia announced a "humanitarian pause" on Oct. 20, and the Syrian Army opened eight corridors for evacuations, but just a handful of people crossed through a single passage.
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