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>> Evacuations were set to resume Sunday as part of a new deal between the rebels and government. State TV reports buses have begun taking rebels and civilians out of Eastern Aleppo again in exchange for the evacuation of the two beseeched villages in Elad Province.
Syrian state media says armed terrorist, a term that uses for insurgent groups, destroyed five buses on Sunday. But rebel officials blame the attack on an angry crowd.>>
An initial agreement collapsed on Friday, leaving thousands of people in limbo. Some 15,000, reportedly gathered in a square in Aleppo to wait for the buses. Many of whom spent the night sleeping in the streets in the freezing temperatures.