Syria rebels lose all of northeast Aleppo
Syrian rebels have lost all of the northern neighbourhoods of their stronghold in eastern Aleppo, a monitor said Monday, as the army pushed an offensive to retake the battered city.
Syria army advances in rebel-held east Aleppo
Syrian army units advanced in Aleppo on Friday and pounded rebel-held eastern neighbourhoods with air strikes and shelling, causing new deaths among besieged civilians and adding to their despair.
UN Syria envoy warns time 'running out' for east Aleppo
The UN's Syria envoy warned Sunday that time was "running out" for eastern Aleppo as he expressed international outrage over a regime bombing campaign of rebel-held parts of the city.
Hospitals hit, schools closed as Syria regime pounds Aleppo
Intense government air strikes and artillery fire on Saturday shook the rebel-held side of Aleppo city, where multiple hospitals have been hit and schools forced to close.
Eastern Aleppo down to 'last food rations'
The last remaining food rations are currently being handed out in Syria's rebel-held eastern Aleppo and there will be nothing left to distribute next week without a resupply, the UN said Thursday.
Car bombs, rockets as rebels battle to break Aleppo siege
Car bombs and rocket fire shook Aleppo Saturday as rebels battled to break a suffocating siege by the Syrian regime, accused by Washington of using starvation as a "weapon of war".
Russian army asks Putin to allow Aleppo strikes
The Russian defence ministry said Friday it had asked President Vladimir Putin for permission to resume strikes on the Syrian city of Aleppo after a 10-day moratorium.
Rebel fire kills 6 children in Aleppo
At least six children were killed and 15 injured in rebel rocket attacks in the government-held west of Aleppo city on Thursday, Syrian state media said.