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Rebel forces have lost control of their last enclave in the strategic city as President Bashar al-Assad’s troops capture their biggest battlefield prize in more than five years of war.
About 25,000 have been evacuated, but thousands are still trapped in the enclave.
Russia said convoys from the embattled Syrian city had ended, but U.N. envoys urged a resumption.
As I spoke to a Syrian grandfather via Skype, I could hear booms in the background.
After months of siege, food is running out as people must decide whether to flee or stay.
With religiously motivated fighters, Tehran is likely to play a key role in the war-torn country for years.
The assault on the militant group’s self-declared capital in Syria represents an intensified international pressure campaign.
Sometimes left behind as relatives flee, they watch all they worked for crumble.
Aoun, a Christian, could offer even greater reach for the Iranian-backed militia.