Green buses waiting to evacuate people from east to western Aleppo amid a humanitarian 'ceasefire' have so far had no passengers, as rebel groups continue to bombard the crossing areas.
The Syrian military has opened two exit corridors in designated areas in the Bustan al Qasr quarter and near the Castello road in northern Aleppo, and has repeatedly broadcast reassurances to people they will be "guaranteed" safe passage on one of the green buses.
But ITV News correspondent Dan Rivers said so far, nobody has crossed - and said he had seen rebel mortar fire nearby.
"Buses ready to 'evacuate' civilians from east - so far no one has crossed," he wrote on Twitter.
"A rebel mortar just landed 50ft from us. No injuries thank God."
Rebels have accused the military of organising the pause in fighting as part of a "psychological campaign" to get them to surrender.
They claim the government wants to empty the area of citizens to make it easier to target rebel fighters.