‘No safe place in Aleppo’: Militant shelling forces residents to flee govt-held districts

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Aleppo is witnessing some of the heaviest fighting it’s seen since the start of the Syrian war, as militants entrenched in the eastern part of the city are shelling government-held areas to the west. Residents are fleeing, saying nowhere in Aleppo is safe. Read Full Article at RT.com
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