Syria evacuations resume after deadly convoy attack - ErieTVNews

CLASSIFICATION: UNCLASSIFIED Media colleagues- please see below statement and attached photos and video. A second email will follow this one with additional video. April 6, 2017 Statement from Pentagon Spokesman Capt. Jeff Davis on U.S. strike.

The Latest: New tests indicate sarin used in Syria attack - KSBY San Luis Obispo News

Britain's delegation to the chemical weapons watchdog says its director has told a meeting that tests indicate that sarin or a similar toxin was used in an April 4 attack in Syria that killed nearly 90 people. In a tweet Wednesday, the U.K. delegation ...

Syria evacuations resume after deadly bombing - CBS News

BEIRUT -- The evacuation of thousands of civilians from four besieged areas in Syria resumed Wednesday, state media and activists said, days after a bombing killed more than 120 evacuees and delayed the widely criticized population transfer. The ...

Bomb blast rips through Aleppo - Newshub

A bomb blast has killed six people and injured 32 in the Salah al-Din district of Aleppo, Syrian state television reports. Salah al-Din is located west of Aleppo's Old City in a district that was part of the last rebel enclave there until it was taken ...

The Latest: Syria destroys rebel tunnels after evacuation - ABC News

This frame grab from video provided by the government-controlled Syrian Central Military Media, shows buses carrying opposition fighters leaving Zabadani, near Damascus, Syria, Wednesday, April. 19, 2017, heading toward the northern rebel-held Idlib ...

Syria evacuations resume, bringing town under state control - Channel NewsAsia

The last rebels in the town of Zabadani near Damascus have either departed for insurgent-held regions or accepted government rule, pro-government media reported on Wednesday, part of a reciprocal evacuation deal for besieged areas. Posted 19 Apr ...

Syrians in frantic search for their children after blast - gulfnews.com

TOPSHOT - Syrians, who were injured in a suicide car bombing that targeted buses carrying evacuees from besieged government-held towns, sit in a tent on the Syrian-Turkish border in Idlib province on April 17, 2017.April 16's blast hit a convoy ...

Syria war: Evacuations resume after deadly bombing - BBC News

Evacuations from two government-held areas of Syria have resumed, monitors and reports say, days after an attack on a convoy carrying evacuees killed 126 people, many of them children. Some 3,000 people have left the north-western villages of Foah and ...

Bomb in Syria's Aleppo kills six, injures 30: state TV - Yahoo7 News

Damascus (AFP) - A bomb killed six people and wounded more than 30 in Syria's second city Aleppo on Wednesday, state television reported. The blast hit the southwestern neighbourhood of Salaheddin, which was once on the front line between rebels and ...

Aleppo bomb blast kills six: Report - Zee News

A bomb blast killed six people and injured 32 in the Salah al-Din district of Aleppo, Syrian state television reported on Wednesday without giving further details. . Reuters| Last Updated: Wednesday, April 19, 2017 - 15:16. Comment. 0. Comment. Beirut ...

The Latest: Blast in Syria's Aleppo kills 6 - The Bellingham Herald

Syrian state TV says an explosive device has gone off in the northern city of Aleppo, killing six people and wounding others. It did not provide further details on Wednesday's blast in the government-held Salaheddin neighborhood. Opposition media ...

Syria Evacuations Resume after Deadly Terrorist Bombing - Al-Manar TV

Hundreds of Syrian civilians who have been under crippling siege left their homes Wednesday as evacuations resumed after a weekend terrorist bombing killed dozens of others fleeing, nearly 70 of them children. A large convoy of buses from the terrorist ...

Dozens of Casualties Reported in Aleppo Bomb Blast - Syrian State Television - Sputnik International

A bomb exploded in Aleppo's Salah al-Din district on Wednesday, killing six and wounding 32 people, Syrian State Television reported. Al Soukari, the last liberated district in Eastern Aleppo. © Sputnik/ Mohamad Maruf. Russian MoD Delivers Over 11 ...

OHCHR: Syrian Bus Convoy Attack a War Crime - Al-Manar TV

UN said on Tuesday that the deadly attack on a bus convoy carrying people from besieged Kefraya and Foua villages in the Idlib province amounts to a war crime. “We add our voice to the condemnation of the attack near Rashideen near western rural Aleppo ...

AFP: Syria evacuations resume after deadly bombing - Focus News

Rachidine. The evacuation of of civilians and fighters from besieged Syrian towns resumed on Wednesday after a weekend bombing killed 126 evacuees, 68 of them children, an AFP correspondent reported. Dozens of buses from the government-held towns ...

Bus bomb attack on Aleppo civilians "likely a war crime", UN says - euronews

A bomb attack on a bus convoy crowded with civilians fleeing the embattled city of Aleppo in Syria “likely amounts to a war crime”, according to the UN. The explosion killed 126 civilians – 60 of which are believed to have been children – attempting to ...

UN Says Attack on Syria's Convoy of Evacuees Amounts to War Crime - Latin American Herald Tribune

GENEVA – The United Nations human rights office said on Tuesday that the recent attack, which hit a convoy carrying civilians and militia evacuated from two villages in Syria, probably amounts to a war crime. The attack targeted a convoy of evacuees on ...

Syria bombing: Video shows kids grabbing sweets before blast, UN says - KBZK Bozeman News

(CNN) -- Video appears to show children gathered around someone handing out sweets moments before Saturday's suicide vehicle bombing that killed dozens of evacuees from besieged Syrian villages, the UN's human rights agency said Tuesday.

Recent attack on evacuated civilians in Syria 'likely a war crime,' says UN rights office - UN News Centre

A boy pulls a wheelchair along a debris strewn street in Al-Mashatiyeh neighbourhood of eastern Aleppo, Syria. Photo: UNHCR/Bassam Diab. Print. 18 April 2017 – The United Nations human rights office today expressed great concern about the safety of ...