A woman holds a poster during a gathering in a show of support for Aleppo citizens, in Paris, Wednesday, Dec. 14. A cease-fire designed to allow for the evacuation of civilians and rebels crumbled Wednesday as government bombing resumed.
A woman holds a poster during a gathering in a show of support for Aleppo citizens, in Paris, Wednesday, Dec. 14. A cease-fire designed to allow for the evacuation of civilians and rebels crumbled Wednesday as government bombing resumed. Christophe Ena AP
A woman holds a poster during a gathering in a show of support for Aleppo citizens, in Paris, Wednesday, Dec. 14. A cease-fire designed to allow for the evacuation of civilians and rebels crumbled Wednesday as government bombing resumed. Christophe Ena AP

Aleppo’s torment becomes the world’s sorrow

December 14, 2016 06:26 PM

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