Censor.NET reports citing Radio Liberty.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said air strikes from either Syrian or Russian warplanes began again on Oct.22 after a three-day cease-fire.
The United Nations estimates more than 250,000 civilians are still trapped in the besieged rebel-held neighborhoods of the city.
Russia announced a "humanitarian pause" on Oct. 20, and the Syrian Army opened eight corridors for evacuations, but just a handful of people crossed through a single passage.
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