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>> Following an attack on an evacuee bus convoy in Syria on Saturday, it's been reported that at least 112 people have lost their lives. A vehicle filled with explosives hit the convoy from government-held towns near Aleppo. The UK-based group, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says 98 evacuees were killed, along with aid workers and rebel soldiers.
The bus convoy had evacuated people from two Shi'ite villages the day before, in a deal between the warring sides. But thousands of people were stuck at two transit points on the city's outskirts, after the agreement had stalled. Shortly after, the explosion hit. While many are still being treated for their injuries, later on Saturday, the deal resumed.
And families arrived at their destinations, after waiting more than 28 hours to cross into government-held areas.