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- ITV News report by Presenter Tom Bradby
An operation to evacuate thousands of people from eastern Aleppo as well as two Shi'ite villages in Syria's Idlib province is now complete.
The evacuation has handed Syrian President Bashar al-Assad his biggest victory of the nearly six-year civil war.
Krista Armstrong, spokeswoman for the International Committee of the Red Cross, said: "All civilians who wished to be evacuated have been, as well as wounded and fighters."
However concerns are growing Idlib - now home to thousands of rebels - could fall in the same way as Aleppo.
Steffan de Mistura, the UN Special Envoy for Syria, said: "Idlib could be the next Aleppo. We have to look forward.
"We have to make sure the UN has access but also the means, the capacity, the funding, for the winter."
Busses have carried the last group of rebels out of eastern Aleppo to the insurgent-held area of al-Rashideen.
The countryside town is southwest of the city and has been used to accommodate some of the estimated 34,000 people - civilians and fighters - from the besieged city over the past week.
Pro-government forces had insisted the rebel evacuation must be included in the deal to remove their forces from Shi'te villages al-Foua and Kefraya.
Despite the capture of Aleppo and progress against insurgents near Damascus, fighting in Syria is far from over with large areas remaining in rebel control in the northwest and far south.
So-called Islamic State also controls vast swathes of territory in the deserts and eastern Syria.
The Syrian army has said the last group of rebel fighters left in the besieged city have been evacuated.
In a statement, they said they had reclaimed Aleppo entirely and brought "security and safety" back to the city.
The last group of rebels and their families who were left in the city were evacuated on Thursday under a deal that gives the army and its allies full control of Aleppo after four years of fighting.