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 Syrian army captured the Jabal Badro neighbourhood on Sunday, after seizing the central Hanano district the day before in an attempt to split the rebel-held area in two.
Reports suggest that 275,000 civilians – including 90,000 children – remain beyond the rebel frontline, where food and medical supplies have all but run out.
Tonight we have no house, it’s bombed & I got in rubble. I saw deaths and I almost died.
– Bana #Aleppo pic.twitter.com/arGYZaZqjg— Bana Alabed (@AlabedBana) 27 November 2016
Buses were used to ferry residents to government-held areas.
Residents in east Aleppo flee on government buses as Syrian army advances – https://t.co/NcaSrrLhx7 pic.twitter.com/50UGbVDODy— Eagle News PH (@EagleNewsPH) 28 November 2016
Events on the ground remain unclear, however, reports claim that pro-Assad forces are making rapid advances into rebel strongholds.