BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:00 A.M.) – Another ceasefire deal has been reached inside the eastern neighborhoods of Aleppo this week after an intense round of negotiations facilitated by Iran, Russia, and Turkey.

Per the ceasefire deal, the Syrian Red Crescent Society and Red Cross will evacuate all of the wounded in eastern Aleppo to the southwestern part of the provincial capital today.

Once the wounded are moved, a large convoy of buses will begin transporting civilians and militants to the same destination as the wounded.

While two similar deals have failed recently; this agreement is expected to at least result in the evacuation of wounded militants and civilians from the east Aleppo pocket.

 

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hestroy
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They should be killed. These retards will be fighting later again.

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Either surrender or be killed for that matter.

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Surrender and go to prison, not surrender and go to terrorize other people.

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I don’t agree : it may look pleasing but doing like this would make void any possibility of future agreement : there are still huge pockets in Homs, east-Goutha, south and NW Damascus, etc. I agree these retards will fight later but it’s harder to get them in urban warfare and in such case, they held civilians as hostages as ‘human-shields’ are nothing else than hostages, let’s call a cat a cat! Better have to fight them in open field : no hostages with artillery and aircraft able to pound them at will. Moreover, you have to maintain a bigger… Read more »

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No, let’s call a rat a rat!

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The (in)famous green buses of shame :
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