At least 45 people were killed as bombs rained down on rebel-held areas of Aleppo throughout Wednesday - the heaviest strikes in months.Read the full story ›
Five medical staff have been killed in a fresh airstrike near Aleppo, a relief group has confirmed, alongside nine rebel fighters.Read the full story ›
Around 40 lorries carrying aid for the Aleppo are stuck in no-man's land in Syria, waiting for permission to travel onward as disagreements between warring sides delay their efforts on the third day of the ceasefire.
The two convoys are carrying mainly food and are currently 25 miles from Aleppo.
David Swanson, a spokesperson for the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) added that another 20 trucks were waiting at the border between Syria and Turkey, "ready to go".
He added that disagreements between the warring sides were blocking aid getting into opposition-held eastern Aleppo.
The Syrian government has said it will reject any aid deliveries to Aleppo which are not coordinated through itself and the UN, particularly from Turkey, which has backed the rebels fighting President Bashar Assad.
Aleppo was the biggest city in Syria before the civil war broke out in 2011. It is now divided with its rebel-held area besieged by government forces.
Hospitals were filled with screams of bloodied children a day after a chlorine gas attack in the Syrian city.Read the full story ›
Images from besieged city of Aleppo shows children playing in a pool of water in what appears to be a bomb crater.Read the full story ›
Abu Muhammad Al-Adnani, cited as so-called Islamic State's official spokesman, was reported as killed in Syria by the group's media branch.Read the full story ›
Just 24 hours after pictures of little Omran Daqneesh injured by an air strike in Syria shocked the world, more than 30 other injured children have been admitted into the same hospital.
Out of the 30 children admitted into the hospital in Aleppo, two have died, ITV News understands.
Omran was released from hospital on Wednesday and his brother Ali has since been discharged, doctors confirmed.
The scene in one room of a home in Aleppo exemplifies what aid agencies and doctors are warning: More than a third of those injured in Syria's war are children.
Urgent specialist care for injuries caused by aerial bombardment is needed but it is not possible to get patients out of Aleppo to get the treatment they need in hospitals
The Foreign Office tonight backed calls for an urgent ceasefire to get desperately needed aid to children and civilians in Aleppo. ITV News correspondent Emma Murphy reports on the latest developments.
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