Nato veteran Sir Richard Shirreff says UK forces should be prepared to 'fight alongside' Syrians
The heartbreaking footage was captured in the rebel-held town of Talbisah the same night strikes killed two people in the area
Former International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell has called for a Commons debate on Aleppo, drawing parallels between Russia's contined disregard for international law and the German and Italian fascist regimes of the 1930s
'I don't like Assad at all. But Assad is killing Isis, Russia is killing Isis, and Iran is killing Isis'
Emam Muhammad died of her injuries after picking up unexploded ordinance she thought was a ball in war-torn east Aleppo
Meanwhile, US Secretary of State, John Kerry, says Washington will not be 'abandoning the pursuit of peace'
Bana Alabed and mother Fatemeh gain over 10,000 followers since starting to tweet about life in rebel-held Aleppo two weeks ago
Teachers and charities say attendance is down on last year as east Aleppo continues to face unprecedented bombardment by Russian-backed Syrian government airforce
Regime tries to present life in government held areas of the war-torn city as safe and glamorous
British authorities comply with complaint filed by the Syrian government, leaving prominent campaigner unable to travel
Rebels and civilians in besieged east Aleppo fear the unprecedented air attack signals that a full-scale battle is coming
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad also rejected US claims that Syrian or Russian planes struck an aid convoy and that his government is stopping food reaching besieged east Aleppo
Cessation of hostilities agreement brokered by US and Russia hailed as 'best chance of real ceasefire since the beginning of the war'
Regime captured the Damascus suburb last month after a ruthless four-year campaign
The nationwide ceasefire is planned to begin at sunset on Monday
The British Foreign Secretary met with Syrian opposition leaders in London on Wednesday to discuss removing President Bashar al-Assad from power