Damascus, May 5 (RHC)-- Russia and the United States have reached a deal to extend a fragile ceasefire to the embattled Syrian city of Aleppo.
A surge in fighting between foreign-supported mercenary forces and the Syrian government has killed about 300 people there over the past two weeks. The city now appears relatively calm, with reports of sporadic violence.
U.N. Under-Secretary-General Jeffrey Feltman condemned the recent attacks on area hospitals, carried out by mercenary terrorists, saying that "intentional and direct attacks on hospitals are war crimes."
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