Evacuations out of the rebel-held enclave of Aleppo have stalled after a fragile ceasefire broke down.
Thousands of people were evacuated on Thursday from the last rebel-held district in eastern Aleppo, marking a significant victory for Syrian president Bashar al-Assad.
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Kassem Hamadé på plats i östra Aleppo
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The evacuation of east Aleppo has been halted, with reports of shooting and rebels accused of failing to respect a deal to lift sieges of their own.
At least 6,000 civilians and rebels are said to have left Aleppo, Syria's largest city, since Thursday after the government recaptured most of the city.
Among the evacuees are at least 2,700 children, a UN agency reports.
Prizewinning 29-year-old independent journalist Hadi Abdullah has been reporting in the west of the province of Aleppo, controlled by the Syrian opposition.
He was able to join one convoy that successfully made it to safety, but not everyone is so fortunate he told euronews:
"The civilians who left Aleppo were crying for having to leave their city in these conditions.
They were saying that the
Until very recently parts of eastern Aleppo had been controlled by rebels - despite the pounding from government forces and their Russian allies.
Now the Syrian flag is flying again, marking an end of years of fighting for the city.
It's not the end of the country's civil war - but it's a triumph for its president who not so long ago was being written off.
Bashar al-Assad recorded a video messa
راي العلماء في سقوط حلب تبرير لقلة حيلتهم اوالقول فية بواقعيه وعقلانية
The fall of the city of Aleppo
Finally, the glorious Syrian Arab Army managed to besiege terrorist groups in Aleppo East, after taking the castle road and thousands of terrorists fleeing from the Bani Zeid neighborhood to Aleppo North with fear of being besieged, today several groups of terrorists surrendered to the Army Sirius and with them more than 80 Syrian families who remained as human shields, were able to leave the terr