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> Me Bana want to tell->> With the help of her mother Fatima, Bana uploaded pictures and videos of life during the war.
Turkish officials saying the family will be brought to Turkey. Evacuations resuming from Sunday night after stalling over the weekend. Fatima Abed saying they had been trapped on a bus for 24 hours like hostages. A standoff over two Shiite villages besieged by the rebels for years delaying the operation.
The rebels had accepted evacuating the villages in exchange for the Syrian army letting thousands of rebel fighters and civilians leave their enclave of Eastern Aleppo. But on Sunday armed men torched buses sent to ferry evacuees from the two villages in nearby Idlib. Both evacuations now underway with Turkish officials saying 20,000 people have been brought out of the former rebel territory.
Buses bringing them to rebel held Arashadian, to Aleppo's west. Nearly 50 children, some badly injured, were rescued from an orphanage to the enclave, the UN says. And conditions are grim for those still waiting to leave.. Eight workers say several children have died from the long wait in the harsh cold.