- Report by ITV News International Affairs Editor Rageh Omaar
There has been global outrage at an attack on a Red Crescent aid convoy carrying supplies to 78,000 people in Aleppo.
The attack destroyed 18 lorries carrying food and medicine, and left at least 21 people dead,
Some aid officials said the attack could constitute a war crime.
Both the Syrian government and its Russian allies insist they are not responsible, as hopes of another ceasefire lie in tatters.
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