US, European Allies Say it is Up to Russia to Bring Truce in Syria


The United Nations said intense airstrikes against rebel-held areas of Aleppo had left 1.75 million people without running water, days into one of the heaviest sieges of the war.

Water pumping station damaged

The U.N.'s children’s agency said in a statement that a key water pumping station supplying people in the city’s east was damaged in airstrikes, and continuing violence was preventing crews from repairing it. In retaliation, the group said a second pumping station was switched off.

This is Day 2 with no water for 2 million people.


They should surrender ! Do you think the US and it’s allies would allow aid convoys into a city they were trying to capture ?

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