At least 34,000 people, both civilians and opposition fighters, have been evacuated from east Aleppo in a week-long operation
Senior European diplomat says evacuation from Aleppo to Idlib suits Russia and Assad regime as it puts 'all their rotten eggs in one basket'
Years of conflict have ravaged the heritage site, leaving it crumbling and pocked by bullets
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says country is responding to 'the tragedy of terrible suffering of civilians'
Sir Alan Duncan prompts astonishment by describing the question as a 'technicality' – telling MPs that criticism of Russia’s actions in the Syrian war 'does not come across my desk'
Amateurish photos and video taken at demolition site show little girl with red stains on a white dress and bandages being interviewed about life in the war-torn Syrian city
Dr Elham Badar reportedly said shooting was a ‘human’ response to ‘Russian barbarism’ in Aleppo and elsewhere in the bloody Syrian conflict
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei responds to Theresa May's recent comments on Iranian aggression at Gulf Co-operation Council summit
Bana Alabed gathered a worldwide following after tweeting about what it was like to live under the constant threat of air strikes during the siege of east Aleppo
Despite the setback, evacuations from the war torn city are continuing
A fleet of volunteers and medical supplies set off from London after £170,000 was donated in just 10 days
Iran is reportedly insisting that its groups in al-Foua and Kefraya be liberated before resuming evacuation efforts in Aleppo
There was a period in 2011 and 2012 when there were genuinely independent opposition activists operating inside Syria, but as the jihadis took over these brave people were forced to flee abroad, fell silent or were dead
Kefraya and Foua, loyalist villages in the mostly rebel-held Idlib province, have been under siege by extremists for almost two years
Fighters and civilians who managed to leave the city before an apparent ceasefire breakdown are being taken to neighbouring Idlib province, which has also suffered heavy bombing in recent months - and is likely to see intensified attacks
Thousands of people remain trapped in last rebel-held pockets of the city as Syrian officials say pro-government villages must be evacuated as per terms of deal before Aleppo operation resumes