Syrian army seizes key area in Aleppo, splits rebel-held territory
BBC – Syrian government forces have captured a key part of eastern Aleppo, splitting rebel-held territory.
Both state TV and the monitoring group, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, said that the district of Sakhour had fallen to the Syrian army.
The Syrian army and their allies launched a major offensive to retake control of Aleppo in September.
Thousands of civilians have left rebel-held eastern Aleppo districts after a weekend of heavy fighting.
Hundreds of families have also been displaced within the besieged area.
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