Preparations for the evacuation of wounded civilians and fighters from rebel-held corridors of Aleppo, according to several sources.
Activist Abdul Fattah Sheikh Omar, which is located in the Eastern part of the affected Northern Syrian town, reported that the wounded still waiting to leave the city and that no one has still not evacuated. The international Committee of the red cross reported that members of the Syrian red Crescent and the volunteers inside Aleppo are willing to help them.
Meanwhile, the Russian military is preparing to evacuate the remaining fighters from the East of Aleppo, according to Russian state news Agency of Russia. The Agency also reported that evacuees from Eastern Aleppo will travel to Idlib, "on the orders of Putin". The rebels said that a new agreement was reached on a cease-fire during the night once the previous one was destroyed in 24 hours. The first ceasefire collapsed in less than a day after it began.
Diplomats from Turkey, Russia and Iran will meet on 27 December in Moscow to discuss the situation in Aleppo. The head of the UN human rights announced that the resumption of bombing in Aleppo, it is likely a war crime. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused the Syrian regime of violating the ceasefire. "Turkey will not leave people in Aleppo," he said, according to state news Agency Anadolu.
The UN high Commissioner for human rights Zeid RA'ad al Hussein said he was shocked by a rapid decay of the initial agreement on a cease-fire.
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