UN to vote on Aleppo observers as 'thousands' await evacuation

People warm themselves around a fire while waiting to be evacuated from a rebel-held sector of eastern Aleppo.
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Aleppo, Syria - The UN Security Council was to vote Sunday on sending observers to Aleppo, as trapped civilians and rebels waited desperately for evacuations to resume from an opposition-held enclave in the flashpoint Syrian city.

A rebel representative told AFP an agreement had been reached to allow more people to leave the city which has been ravaged by some of the worst violence of the nearly six-year war that has killed more than 310,000 people.

But there was no confirmation from President Bashar al-Assad's regime or its staunch allies Russia and Iran, which are under mounting international pressure to end what US President Barack Obama denounced as the "horror" in Aleppo.

The UN Security Council was set to meet at 11:00 am (1600 GMT) on Sunday to vote on French proposals to dispatch monitors to oversee evacuations and report on the protection of civilians, but faced resistance from veto-wielding Russia.

French Ambassador Francois Delattre said an international presence would prevent Aleppo from turning into another Srebrenica, where thousands of Bosnian men and boys were massacred in 1995 when the town fell to Bosnian Serb forces during the Balkan wars.

"Our goal through this resolution is to avoid another Srebrenica in this phase immediately following the military operations," Delattre told AFP.

Families spent the night in freezing temperatures in bombed out apartment blocks in Aleppo's Al-Amiriyah district, the departure point for evacuations before they were halted on Friday, an AFP correspondent reported.

Abu Omar said that after waiting outside in the cold for nine hours the previous day, he had returned on Saturday only to be told the buses were not coming.

"There's no more food or drinking water, and the situation is getting worse by the day," he said, adding that his four children were sick because of the cold.

Dozens of trucks with humanitarian aid crossed the Turkish border Saturday into Syria, piling supplies in a buffer zone.

The government blamed rebels for the suspension of the evacuation which began on Thursday, saying they had tried to smuggle out heavier weapons and hostages.

The opposition accused the government of halting the operation to try to secure the evacuation of residents from Fuaa and Kafraya, two villages under rebel siege in northwestern Syria.

In return, the rebels want the evacuation of the towns of Madaya and Zabadani in Damascus province which are besieged by the regime.

Al-Farook Abu Bakr, of the hardline Islamist rebel group Ahrar al-Sham, said a deal had been reached for evacuations to resume.

"There will be evacuations from Fuaa and Kafraya, as well as Madaya and Zabadani, and all the residents of Aleppo and the fighters will leave," he said.

But the government did not announce any deal.

UN envoy Staffan de Mistura estimated that as of Thursday around 40,000 civilians and perhaps as many as 5,000 opposition fighters remained in Aleppo's rebel enclave.

A Turkish official said 90 wounded from Aleppo have crossed into Turkey for treatment since Thursday.

Before evacuations were suspended around 8,500 people, including some 3,000 fighters, left for rebel-held territory elsewhere in the north, said the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

Tens of thousands of civilians had already fled opposition-controlled parts of Aleppo after the regime began its assault in mid-November.

The Russian defence ministry said after evacuations were suspended that only hardline rebels remained.

On Friday, a convoy of evacuees that had already left east Aleppo when the operation was suspended was forced to turn back.

The International Committee of the Red Cross, supervising the evacuations, said it was looking into reports of shooting before the convoy was turned around.

The main regional supporters of the rival sides in Syria's devastating civil war engaged in a flurry of diplomacy to try to secure a resumption of evacuations.

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, whose government is a key backer of the opposition, said he had spoken more than a dozen times with his Iranian counterpart, Mohammad Javad Zarif, on Friday.

The official Iranian news agency IRNA later said the foreign ministers of Russia, Turkey and Iran would meet Tuesday in Moscow to discuss the Syria conflict.

Obama called Friday for impartial observers to monitor efforts to evacuate civilians, and warned Assad he would not be able to "slaughter his way to legitimacy".

Protestors around the world rally for Aleppo where 'thousands' await evacuation

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  • Syrians leave a rebel-held area of Aleppo towards the government-held side on December 13, 2016 during an operation by Syrian government forces to retake the embattled city. UN chief Ban Ki-moon expressed alarm over reports of atrocities against civilians Monday, as the battle for Aleppo entered its final phase with Syrian government forces on the verge of retaking rebel-held areas of the city.
  • Syrians leave a rebel-held area of Aleppo towards the government-held side on December 13, 2016 during an operation by Syrian government forces to retake the embattled city. UN chief Ban Ki-moon expressed alarm over reports of atrocities against civilians Monday, as the battle for Aleppo entered its final phase with Syrian government forces on the verge of retaking rebel-held areas of the city.
  • Syrians leave a rebel-held area of Aleppo towards the government-held side on December 13, 2016 during an operation by Syrian government forces to retake the embattled city. UN chief Ban Ki-moon expressed alarm over reports of atrocities against civilians Monday, as the battle for Aleppo entered its final phase with Syrian government forces on the verge of retaking rebel-held areas of the city.
  • Syrians leave a rebel-held area of Aleppo towards the government-held side on December 13, 2016 during an operation by Syrian government forces to retake the embattled city. UN chief Ban Ki-moon expressed alarm over reports of atrocities against civilians Monday, as the battle for Aleppo entered its final phase with Syrian government forces on the verge of retaking rebel-held areas of the city.
  • Syrians leave a rebel-held area of Aleppo towards the government-held side on December 13, 2016 during an operation by Syrian government forces to retake the embattled city. UN chief Ban Ki-moon expressed alarm over reports of atrocities against civilians Monday, as the battle for Aleppo entered its final phase with Syrian government forces on the verge of retaking rebel-held areas of the city.
  • Syrians leave a rebel-held area of Aleppo towards the government-held side on December 13, 2016 during an operation by Syrian government forces to retake the embattled city. UN chief Ban Ki-moon expressed alarm over reports of atrocities against civilians Monday, as the battle for Aleppo entered its final phase with Syrian government forces on the verge of retaking rebel-held areas of the city.
  • A man holds a banner as a child lights a candle in front of the Kosovo national theater on December 17, 2016 during a protest in support to Aleppo's population, the latest in a series of demonstrations in Europe over the Syria crisis. Trapped Syrian civilians and fighters waited desperately on December 17 for evacuations to resume from a rebel-held enclave in Aleppo as the Red Cross pleaded for a deal to "save thousands of lives".
  • A child lights a candle in front of the Kosovo national theater on December 17, 2016 during a protest in support to Aleppo's population, the latest in a series of demonstrations in Europe over the Syria crisis. Trapped Syrian civilians and fighters waited desperately on December 17 for evacuations to resume from a rebel-held enclave in Aleppo as the Red Cross pleaded for a deal to "save thousands of lives".
  • Young Kosovars light a lantern in front of the Kosovo national theater on December 17, 2016 during a protest in support to Aleppo's population, the latest in a series of demonstrations in Europe over the Syria crisis. Trapped Syrian civilians and fighters waited desperately on December 17 for evacuations to resume from a rebel-held enclave in Aleppo as the Red Cross pleaded for a deal to "save thousands of lives".
  • Young Kosovars light a lantern in front of the Kosovo national theater on December 17, 2016 during a protest in support to Aleppo's population, the latest in a series of demonstrations in Europe over the Syria crisis. Trapped Syrian civilians and fighters waited desperately on December 17 for evacuations to resume from a rebel-held enclave in Aleppo as the Red Cross pleaded for a deal to "save thousands of lives".
  • Syrians living in Turkey gather for a protest against the Syrian regime along Istiklal Avenue in Istanbul on December 17, 2016. Thousands of trapped civilians and rebels waited desperately for evacuations to resume from the last opposition-held areas of Aleppo after the operation was suspended by the Syrian regime.
  • Syrians living in Turkey protest against Russia, Syrian president Bashar al-Assad's regime ally, in front of the Russian Embassy along Istiklal Avenue in Istanbul on December 17, 2016. Trapped Syrian civilians and fighters waited desperately on December 17 for evacuations to resume from a rebel-held enclave in Aleppo as the Red Cross pleaded for a deal to "save thousands of lives".
  • Syrians living in Turkey hold signs during a protest against Russia, Syrian president Bashar al-Assad's regime ally, in front of the Russian Embassy along Istiklal Avenue in Istanbul on December 17, 2016. Trapped Syrian civilians and fighters waited desperately on December 17 for evacuations to resume from a rebel-held enclave in Aleppo as the Red Cross pleaded for a deal to "save thousands of lives".
  • Syrians living in Turkey hold signs during a protest against Russia, Syrian president Bashar al-Assad's regime ally, in front of the Russian Embassy along Istiklal Avenue in Istanbul on December 17, 2016. Trapped Syrian civilians and fighters waited desperately on December 17 for evacuations to resume from a rebel-held enclave in Aleppo as the Red Cross pleaded for a deal to "save thousands of lives".
  • Syrians living in Turkey hold signs during a protest against Russia, Syrian president Bashar al-Assad's regime ally, in front of the Russian Embassy along Istiklal Avenue in Istanbul on December 17, 2016. Trapped Syrian civilians and fighters waited desperately on December 17 for evacuations to resume from a rebel-held enclave in Aleppo as the Red Cross pleaded for a deal to "save thousands of lives".
  • Syrians living in Turkey hold a Syrian flag during a protest against Russia, Syrian president Bashar al-Assad's regime ally, in front of the Russian Embassy along Istiklal Avenue in Istanbul on December 17, 2016. Trapped Syrian civilians and fighters waited desperately on December 17 for evacuations to resume from a rebel-held enclave in Aleppo as the Red Cross pleaded for a deal to "save thousands of lives".
  • A Syrian woman living in Turkey stands in front of a Syrian opposition flag during a protest against the Syrian regime along Istiklal Avenue in Istanbul on December 17, 2016. Thousands of trapped civilians and rebels waited desperately for evacuations to resume from the last opposition-held areas of Aleppo after the operation was suspended by the Syrian regime.
  • A woman holds a placard reading "Aleppo is not alone" as Syrians living in Turkey protest against the Syrian regime along Istiklal Avenue in Istanbul on December 17, 2016. Thousands of trapped civilians and rebels waited desperately for evacuations to resume from the last opposition-held areas of Aleppo after the operation was suspended by the Syrian regime.
  • A Syrian man holds a poster of (L-R) Russian President Vladimir Putin, Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad reading "Imperialist Iran get out of Syria" during a protest against the Syrian regime along Istiklal Avenue in Istanbul on December 17, 2016. Thousands of trapped civilians and rebels waited desperately for evacuations to resume from the last opposition-held areas of Aleppo after the operation was suspended by the Syrian regime.
  • Syrians living in Turkey protest against Russia, Syrian president Bashar al-Assad's regime ally, in front of the Russian Embassy along Istiklal Avenue in Istanbul on December 17, 2016. Trapped Syrian civilians and fighters waited desperately on December 17 for evacuations to resume from a rebel-held enclave in Aleppo as the Red Cross pleaded for a deal to "save thousands of lives".
  • A Syrian boy living in Turkey holds a sign during a protest against Russia, Syrian president Bashar al-Assad's regime ally, in front of the Russian Embassy along Istiklal Avenue in Istanbul on December 17, 2016. Trapped Syrian civilians and fighters waited desperately on December 17 for evacuations to resume from a rebel-held enclave in Aleppo as the Red Cross pleaded for a deal to "save thousands of lives".
  • Protesters hold placards reading "Aleppo can not be left under bombardment" during a demonstration in Reyhanli in Hatay near the Syrian border on December 17, 2016. Thousands of trapped civilians and rebels waited desperately for evacuations to resume from the last opposition-held areas of Aleppo after the operation was suspended by the Syrian regime.
  • Protesters shout slogans and hold placards reading "Aleppo can not be left under bombardment" in Reyhanli in Hatay near the Syrian border on December 17, 2016. Thousands of trapped civilians and rebels waited desperately for evacuations to resume from the last opposition-held areas of Aleppo after the operation was suspended by the Syrian regime.
  • Protestors wave flags and shout slogans in front of the Kocatepe Mosque in Ankara, on December 16, 2016 during a demonstration to show solidarity with the citizens of Aleppo, the latest in a series of demonstrations in Europe over the Syria crisis. Turkey has provided support to the Syrian opposition and repeatedly called for Assad to go. Protests have been staged in several European cities as the horror in Aleppo has unfolded, with reports of atrocities including summary executions.
  • Protestors wave flags and shout slogans in front of the Kocatepe Mosque in Ankara, on December 16, 2016 during a demonstration to show solidarity with the citizens of Aleppo, the latest in a series of demonstrations in Europe over the Syria crisis. Turkey has provided support to the Syrian opposition and repeatedly called for Assad to go. Protests have been staged in several European cities as the horror in Aleppo has unfolded, with reports of atrocities including summary executions.
  • Protestors wave flags and shout slogans in front of the Kocatepe Mosque in Ankara, on December 16, 2016 during a demonstration to show solidarity with the citizens of Aleppo, the latest in a series of demonstrations in Europe over the Syria crisis. Turkey has provided support to the Syrian opposition and repeatedly called for Assad to go. Protests have been staged in several European cities as the horror in Aleppo has unfolded, with reports of atrocities including summary executions.
  • A participant holds a picture of a man mourning over the body of a boy during a protest of Turkish activists and Syrians living in Istanbul against the latest bombardment of Aleppo by the Syrian regime and its military allies on October 1, 2016 at Istiklal avenue in Istanbul. The recent bombardment of Aleppo has been some of the worst in Syria's five-year civil war, leaving more than 220 people dead and turning residential buildings into heaps of rubble.
  • Participants hold pictures children during a protest of Turkish activists and Syrians living in Istanbul against the latest bombardment of Aleppo by the Syrian regime and its military allies on October 1, 2016 at Istiklal avenue in Istanbul. The recent bombardment of Aleppo has been some of the worst in Syria's five-year civil war, leaving more than 220 people dead and turning residential buildings into heaps of rubble.
  • Syrians who live in Istanbul hold Syrian flags and a picture dated from August 2016 of four-year-old Omran (R) sitting in an ambulance after being rescued from the rubble of a building hit by an air strike in the rebel-held Qaterji neighbourhood of the northern Syrian city of Aleppo, during a protest against the latest airstrikes on Aleppo by the Syrian regime and its military allies on October 1, 2016 at Istiklal avenue in Istanbul. The recent bombardment of Aleppo has been some of the worst in Syria's five-year civil war, leaving more than 220 people dead and turning residential buildings into heaps of rubble.
  • Syrians who live in Istanbul hold placards reading 'Stop barrel bombs' and 'More than 200 civilians killed in one week of airstrikes during a protest against the latest bombardment of Aleppo by the Syrian regime and its military allies on October 1, 2016 at Istiklal avenue in Istanbul. The recent bombardment of Aleppo has been some of the worst in Syria's five-year civil war, leaving more than 220 people dead and turning residential buildings into heaps of rubble.
  • People hold signs reading "Bashar out" and "If Bachar doesn't kill... I didn't write on this board" during a protest in support to Aleppo's population on December 17, 2016 in Marseille, southern France, the latest in a series of demonstrations in Europe over the Syria crisis.
  • People hold signs reading "Massacre in Syria, our silence is an accomplice" and "Bachar to the International Criminal Court" during a protest in support to Aleppo's population on December 17, 2016 in Marseille, southern France, the latest in a series of demonstrations in Europe over the Syria crisis.
  • A man holds a sign reading "we are Aleppo" during a protest in support to Aleppo's population on December 17, 2016 in Marseille, southern France, the latest in a series of demonstrations in Europe over the Syria crisis.
  • A child holds a sign reading "we are Aleppo" during a protest in support to Aleppo's population on December 17, 2016 in Marseille, southern France, the latest in a series of demonstrations in Europe over the Syria crisis.
  • A woman holds a sign reading "we are Aleppo" during a protest in support to Aleppo's population on December 17, 2016 in Marseille, southern France, the latest in a series of demonstrations in Europe over the Syria crisis.
  • A man holds a sign reading "Assad, Putin, murderers" during a protest in support to Aleppo's population on December 17, 2016 in Marseille, southern France, the latest in a series of demonstrations in Europe over the Syria crisis.
  • A man holds a sign reading "I am Aleppo" during a protest in support to Aleppo's population on December 17, 2016 in Marseille, southern France, the latest in a series of demonstrations in Europe over the Syria crisis.
  • A man holds a sign reading "Don't forget the culprits" during a protest in support to Aleppo's population on December 17, 2016 in Marseille, southern France, the latest in a series of demonstrations in Europe over the Syria crisis.
  • Syrian nationals living in Malaysia hold placards during a demonstration in solidarity with the inhabitants of the embattled Syrian city of Aleppo, outside the Russian Embassy in Kuala Lumpur on December 16 , 2016. Russia announced it was negotiating with the Syrian opposition and seeking a nationwide ceasefire, as the evacuation of civilians and fighters from the last rebel-held parts of Aleppo entered a second day.
  • Malaysian muslim women carry placards during a demonstration in solidarity with the inhabitants of the embattled Syrian city of Aleppo, outside the Russian Embassy in Kuala Lumpur on December 16 , 2016. Russia announced it was negotiating with the Syrian opposition and seeking a nationwide ceasefire, as the evacuation of civilians and fighters from the last rebel-held parts of Aleppo entered a second day.
  • Malaysian muslim women carry placards during a demonstration in solidarity with the inhabitants of the embattled Syrian city of Aleppo, outside the Russian Embassy in Kuala Lumpur on December 16 , 2016. Russia announced it was negotiating with the Syrian opposition and seeking a nationwide ceasefire, as the evacuation of civilians and fighters from the last rebel-held parts of Aleppo entered a second day.
  • Malaysian muslim women carry placards during a demonstration in solidarity with the inhabitants of the embattled Syrian city of Aleppo, outside the Russian Embassy in Kuala Lumpur on December 16 , 2016. Russia announced it was negotiating with the Syrian opposition and seeking a nationwide ceasefire, as the evacuation of civilians and fighters from the last rebel-held parts of Aleppo entered a second day.
  • Protesters hold pictures of Russian President Vladimir Putin and chant slogans during a sit-in, in solidarity with the people of Aleppo and against Russia's support of the Syrian regime, in front of the Russian embassy in Amman, Jordan, December 13, 2016.
  • Protesters burn a picture of Russian President Vladimir Putin during a sit-in, in solidarity with the people of Aleppo and against Russia's support of the Syrian regime, in front of the Russian embassy in Amman, Jordan, December 13, 2016.
  • A protester holds a picture of Russian President Vladimir Putin during a sit-in, in solidarity with the people of Aleppo and against Russia's support of the Syrian regime, in front of the Russian embassy in Amman, Jordan, December 13, 2016.
  • Protesters burn a picture of Russian President Vladimir Putin during a sit-in, in solidarity with the people of Aleppo and against Russia's support of the Syrian regime, in front of the Russian embassy in Amman, Jordan, December 13, 2016.
  • Protesters from the Jordanian Islamic movement chant slogans during a demonstration in solidarity with the people of Aleppo against the Syrian regime, in Amman, Jordan.
  • Protesters from the Jordanian Islamic movement take part during a demonstration in solidarity with the people of Aleppo against the Syrian regime, in Amman, Jordan.
  • Protesters from the Jordanian Islamic movement hold Syrian opposition flags and chant slogans during a demonstration in solidarity with the people of Aleppo against the Syrian regime, in Amman, Jordan.
  • Protesters from the Jordanian Islamic movement hold Syrian opposition flags and chant slogans during a demonstration in solidarity with the people of Aleppo against the Syrian regime, in Amman, Jordan.
  • An Israeli protester holds a sign during a demonstration to show solidarity with the citizens of Aleppo, Syria, outside the prime minister's residence in Jerusalem December 16, 2016.
  • Israeli protesters hold signs during a demonstration to show solidarity with the citizens of Aleppo, Syria, outside the prime minister's residence in Jerusalem December 16, 2016.
  • Israeli protesters hold signs during a demonstration to show solidarity with the citizens of Aleppo, Syria, outside the prime minister's residence in Jerusalem December 16, 2016.
  • Israeli protesters hold signs during a demonstration to show solidarity with the citizens of Aleppo, Syria, outside the prime minister's residence in Jerusalem December 16, 2016.
  • An Israeli protester lights a candle during a demonstration to show solidarity with the citizens of Aleppo, Syria, outside the prime minister's residence in Jerusalem December 16, 2016.
  • Israeli protesters hold placards during a demonstration to show solidarity with the citizens of Aleppo, Syria, outside the prime minister's residence in Jerusalem December 16, 2016.
  • An Israeli protester holds a sign during a demonstration to show solidarity with the citizens of Aleppo, Syria, outside the prime minister's residence in Jerusalem December 16, 2016.
  • Israeli protesters hold a sign during a demonstration to show solidarity with the citizens of Aleppo, Syria, outside the prime minister's residence in Jerusalem December 16, 2016.
  • Kuwaitis holds placards during a demonstration outside the Russian embassy to condemn Moscow's support for the Syrian regime besieging rebel-held Aleppo on December 14, 2016 in Kuwait City. Carrying banners saying "Stop crimes" and "Save Aleppo," around 2,000 demonstrators marched on the diplomatic compound housing the embassy in Kuwait City. Kuwait's parliament is set to hold a special debate on Aleppo on December 28, speaker Marzouk al-Ghanem said.
  • Kuwaitis holds placards during a demonstration outside the Russian embassy to condemn Moscow's support for the Syrian regime besieging rebel-held Aleppo on December 14, 2016 in Kuwait City. Carrying banners saying "Stop crimes" and "Save Aleppo," around 2,000 demonstrators marched on the diplomatic compound housing the embassy in Kuwait City. Kuwait's parliament is set to hold a special debate on Aleppo on December 28, speaker Marzouk al-Ghanem said.
  • Participants attend a rally in solidarity with the people of Aleppo and against Russia's support of the Syrian army and President Bashar al-Assad, in front of the Russian embassy in Kiev, Ukraine, December 15, 2016.
  • Participants attend a rally in solidarity with the people of Aleppo and against Russia's support of the Syrian army and President Bashar al-Assad, in front of the Russian embassy in Kiev, Ukraine, December 15, 2016.
  • A participant attaches photos during a rally in solidarity with the people of Aleppo and against Russia's support of the Syrian army and President Bashar al-Assad, in front of the Russian embassy in Kiev, Ukraine, December 15, 2016.
  • Young Bosnian women hold baby dolls wrapped in white fabric with stains symbolizing blood, as several thousands of Bosnian protestors gather to raise their voice against the killing in eastern Aleppo, Syria, during a rally in Sarajevo, on December 14, 2016. The seige of Aleppo is brutal but far from unprecedented, with the Bosnian capital Sarajevo and Chechnya's regional capital Grozny previously subjected to devastating bombardments.
  • A young Bosnian man holds-up a comparison photo of Srebrenica 1995 and Aleppo 2016 as several thousands of Bosnian protestors gather to raise their voice against the killing in eastern Aleppo, Syria, during a rally in Sarajevo, on December 14, 2016. The seige of Aleppo is brutal but far from unprecedented, with the Bosnian capital Sarajevo and Chechnya's regional capital Grozny previously subjected to devastating bombardments.
  • A Bosnian woman holds up a cardboard as several thousands of Bosnian protestors gather to raise their voice against the killing in eastern Aleppo, Syria, during a rally in Sarajevo, on December 14, 2016. The seige of Aleppo is brutal but far from unprecedented, with the Bosnian capital Sarajevo and Chechnya's regional capital Grozny previously subjected to devastating bombardments.
  • A Bosnian Muslim woman cries as several thousands of Bosnian protestors gather to raise their voice against the killing in eastern Aleppo, Syria, during a rally in Sarajevo, on December 14, 2016. The seige of Aleppo is brutal but far from unprecedented, with the Bosnian capital Sarajevo and Chechnya's regional capital Grozny previously subjected to devastating bombardments.
  • A child's is held against a placard during a demonstration urging the British government to intervene in the bombing of Aleppo, outside Downing Street, London.
  • A child holds a placard during a demonstration urging the British government to intervene in the bombing of Aleppo, outside Downing Street, London.
  • Stuffed toys are piled up at the gates of Downing street during a demonstration urging the British government to intervene in the bombing of Aleppo, in London.
  • A protester holds a placard during a demonstration urging the British government to intervene in the bombing of Aleppo, outside Downing Street in London.
  • Stuffed toys are piled up at the gates of Downing street during a demonstration urging the British government to intervene in the bombing of Aleppo, in London.
  • Stuffed toys are piled up at the gates of Downing street during a demonstration urging the British government to intervene in the bombing of Aleppo, in London.
  • Actor Carey Mulligan holds a stuffed toy during a demonstration urging the British government to intervene in the bombing of Aleppo, outside Downing Street, London.
  • Protesters hold placards and flags during a demonstration urging the British government to intervene in the bombing of Aleppo, outside Downing Street in London.
  • A child places a stuffed toy at the gates of Downing street during a demonstration urging the British government to intervene in the bombing of Aleppo, in London.
  • A child places a stuffed toy at the gates of Downing street during a demonstration urging the British government to intervene in the bombing of Aleppo, in London.
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