A total of 6,020 civilians have evacuated the blocked neighbourhoods of Aleppo in the last 24 hours the the Russian Defense Ministry reported on Wednesday.

Of the evacuated civilians, 3,113 were children. All civilians left with the help of the Russian Center for Reconciliation.

“Outlets with hot meals and necessities continue to work for civilians leaving Aleppo’s districts controlled by illegal armed groups,” the defense ministry said.

The informational bulletin released by the Russian reconciliation center says that one humanitarian event was held in Syria over the last 24 hours — in the district of Hai al-Sahur in Aleppo and in the Al-Mahalej refugee camp in the Aleppo province, TASS reported.

 

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Stern Daler
2016-12-01 00:16

Where is the rest? US sources claimed 250.000 starving civilians.

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2016-12-01 10:47
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You’ll see in the end there were much less than this!