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With violence persisting in some parts of Syria, rebel groups are threatening to declare the latest ceasefire “null and void” unless attacks stop.
Russian backed peace talks between the Syrian government and the opposition have been penciled in for next month in Kazakhstan, if the cease-fire continues.
No new civilian casualties in Syria but clashes strain ceasefire.
Peace talks on Syria are expected within a month, if the truce holds.
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In the hours leading up to the declaration of a partial ceasefire in Syria residents in Damascus expressed their hope that it will hold.
After a day of delays the evacuation of Aleppo resumes, with reports saying the city has now been emptied of resistance.
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Less than 24 hours after a ceasefire was agreed, shelling has resumed in eastern Aleppo.
The sound of a ceasefire being shattered is caught on camera by a citizen journalist in eastern Aleppo.
Russia's ambassador to the UN Vitaly Churkin says an agreement has been struck for rebels to evacuate the city in north-western Syria.
Syria’s army has suspended “active” military action in eastern Aleppo, according to Russia’s foreign minister.
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