>> Eastern Aleppo's evacuation stuttering to a halt on Friday. Aid agencies ordered to turn back the vehicles that have been ferrying rebels and their families from the last enclave they controlled in the city. With reports of mortar shelling and blasts, the Syrian army and its allies putting roadblocks back up along the highway that convoys had been using.
Media run by his Buller which fights alongside the Syrian army blaming the rebels for the breakdown. Saying they had failed to evacuate people from two Shiaic villages that beseeching in the Northern province of Idlib. That was part of the truce still broker by Russia and Turkey to end both the rebel presence and the long and arduous battle for Syria second city.
The wounded evacuees from Aleppo arriving in Turkey on Friday for treatment. Hi Buller also accused the rebels of trying to take prisoners and shelling a road to be used by the buses. Moscow, another ally of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad, insists the Eastern Aleppo operation had in fact been completed with 9500 rebels and their families leaving, but a few radical fighters staying put and firing on the Syrian army.