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The Syrian president denied targeting hospitals and said that causing civilian casualties would be like 'shooting himself in the foot'.Read the full story ›
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Eastern Aleppo may be "totally destroyed" in just two months if fighting continues in the Syrian city.
Staffan de Mistura, the UN's Syria Envoy, warned unless there is a "major game changer" the destruction in rebel-held eastern Aleppo will continue.
Speaking in Geneva, Mr de Mistura said: "The writing on the wall in front of us is: if this continues to be the pattern at this rate - unless there is any major game changer that may change the equation - this cruel, constant use of military activities, bombing, fighting, and destruction in eastern Aleppo will continue".
Mr de Mistura said there was "nothing" that indicated the fighting would not continue.
He added: "The bottom line is: in maximum, two months, two-and-a-half months, the city of eastern Aleppo, at this rate, may be totally destroyed".
A nurse in Aleppo has spoken exclusively to ITV News about life in the war-torn city, saying that the regime "is killing us".Read the full story ›
Anything can happen in Aleppo across a 24-hour period - often it is marked by bombing and bloodshed. ITV News looks back at Tuesday.Read the full story ›
Three years ago, children happily gathered to play in the city's streets. Now, they huddle in devastated homes fearful of daily airstrikes.Read the full story ›
Teacher Abdulkafi told ITV News so many bombs fall when he is teaching he simply makes a joke of it to reassure his students.Read the full story ›
Syria's ambassador to the United Nations remained defiant today despite hundreds of his people continuing to die in the war-torn country.
Bashar Jaafari told ITV News it was the Syrian government's duty to take every single inch" of Aleppo back.
He added: "We are victims too."