Hundreds more leave Aleppo
BEIRUT - Hundreds more Syrians have left the rebels' last foothold in eastern Aleppo.
They left today in convoys of buses escorted by the Syrian Red Crescent and the international Red Cross under a cease-fire deal brokered by Ankara and Russia.
Meanwhile, Moscow is hosting the foreign ministers of Iran and Turkey in three-way talks on Aleppo's future and prospects for peace in Syria
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