Aleppo, Syria (1:25 P.M.) – At least 75 families have been transferred from the besieged neighborhoods of east Aleppo to the government controlled districts in the west, a local military source told Al-Masdar on Saturday.

The rescued families will be provided shelter and necessities by the government and Russian forces, while the latter continue to transfer people from east Aleppo.

Most of these civilians were living under the Free Syrian Army’s (FSA) rule near the Bani Za’id District before the aforementioned area was captured by the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) on Wednesday.

More families are expected to be transferred in the coming hours, as more buses arrive to help transport the people to safety.

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Marko Sket
Marko Sket
2016-07-30 11:21

Zanimivo je tudi, da so morali biti meščani kozmopolitskega Alepa oblečeni ko vaški arabski posebneži. https://t.co/lUjf8AwK5O

TROPASOCIALISTA
TROPASOCIALISTA
2016-07-30 13:42

@leithfadel civilians evacuating East Aleppo – https://t.co/M5rMbuQCB8 … … https://t.co/VRP0SuM5Ws

SantaKlaus
SantaKlaus
2016-07-30 20:10

pics from YLE-news. They still had some weapons. layed down later. https://t.co/CV9WQhSkWy

SantaKlaus
SantaKlaus
2016-07-30 20:08

from #Finnish YLE-news. https://t.co/UMTCTBnEOa

El Cid Asaei
El Cid Asaei
2016-07-31 00:14

They all look like Salafis to me!