>> Omran Daqneesh's image after an Aleppo airstrike last week shocked the world. Now his older brother Ali, pulled from the same rubble has died of his injuries. This photograph taken shortly before the ten year old's death reported on Saturday.>>
> A doctor at the hospital where he died, saying Ali was left under the rubble for some time after Omran was pulled out.
The five year old's bewildered gaze and bloodied face, prompted an outpouring of sorrow last week highlighting the plight of the divided Syrian city's population. The rest of he family too was pulled from ruins and has survived. Airstrikes like these on rebel-held neighborhoods have intensified. In the weeks since the rebel advance that broke a siege on the areas they hold.
Reuter's Angus McDowall reports from neighboring Lebanon.>> Syrian and Russian aircraft have launched hundreds of airstrikes in response on rebel-held East Aleppo. While the rebels themselves have shelled areas of government-held Western Aleppo, putting civilians at far greater risk. And forcing on them even worse privations than they have suffered in the years of war to date.
>> The World Food Program describing the state of besieged areas as nightmarish on Friday. That amid growing international pressure for a ceasefire to let aid through. Meanwhile food is scarce, and a lack of sanitation is putting people at risk of disease.