As the Syrian civil war rages on, the governor of Aleppo often finds himself, and City Hall, wedged squarely between the Syrian army, and rebel forces. The city is under constant threat of rebel mortar attack, while Syrian forces drop devastating "barrel bombs" on rebel strongholds. Meanwhile, refugees continue to flood the smoldering city. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Syria struggles to keep war-torn Aleppo running
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