ALEPPO (QHA) -

Another convoy of Aleppo civilians on the way to Idlib was attacked by a group of mercenaries who support the regime of Bashar al-Assad.

According to the agency "Anadolu", the militants loyal to the regime first fired the convoy and then took about 800 people hostage.

The World Health Organization stated that evacuation operation is suspended.

Yesterday in connection with the cease-fire regime in Syria, operation continues to evacuate the civilian population from the destroyed Aleppo to the Syrian opposition controlled city of Idlib.

Aleppo is the second largest Syrian city after Damascus, which is located 40 kilometers from the Turkish border. The western part of the city is under the control of the Bashar al-Assad regime, the East was under the control of Syrian opposition. The civil war in the country began in March 2011 with the shooting of peaceful protesters by military personnel. Russian Air Forces, as an ally of the repressive regime of Bashar al-Assad, systematically carried out air strikes on the alleged positions of the Syrian opposition in eastern Aleppo, destroying and civilians.
 
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