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The Syrian government has suspended the evacuation of civilians and fighters from eastern Aleppo, accusing rebels of breaking terms of the deal, the BBC reports.
Government sources said rebels had blocked the evacuation of civilians from two pro-government towns elsewhere in Syria, agreed under the truce.
A report said militias had fired on buses leaving Aleppo.
At least 6,000 people have left the city since Thursday, but the UN says at least 50,000 are still trapped.
Syria’s army, backed by Russia, has taken nearly all rebel-held districts.