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Civilians flee as Syrian army takes chunks of Aleppo

CBS News Tuesday, 29 November 2016
Syrian troops punched into rebel-held eastern Aleppo and now control 40 percent of the territory held by the opposition since 2012
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News video: Syrian army advances into rebel Aleppo

Syrian army advances into rebel Aleppo 01:07

Thousands of civilians are fleeing the fighting between rebels and government forces in eastern Aleppo. As the rebel frontline begins to crumble, and former strongholds fall to government forces, thousands of civilians are seizing the opportunity to escape after weeks of intense airstrikes. The...

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