‘You can’t break out’: Russia to open corridors for militants to leave Aleppo on Friday

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President Vladimir Putin has ordered a humanitarian pause in Aleppo from 9am to 7pm on November 4, the Russian General Staff has reported, while urging the armed groups to stop fighting in Aleppo and leave the city with their arms via two corridors. Read Full Article at RT.com
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