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>> From one hell to another. Evacuees from government held towns near Aleppo have been stranded on the city's border since Friday. Red Cross workers were treating people on Saturday before an explosion hit their convoy. Reportedly killing at least 16 people. It's believed a suicide attacker detonated a car bomb.
The blast hit the Rashadan area on Aleppo's outskirts. Dozens of buses were carrying mostly Shiite residents of two villages that are being evacuated in a deal between warring sides. The four towns deal was meant to relieve suffering in areas under siege, and evacuate people from two Shiite villages in return for Sunni rebels and their families leaving two besieged towns near Damascus.
But it come to a halt on Friday. Some 30,000 besieged people would have been taken out of the two rebel held towns and two under government control. But it's now believed thousands have been left stranded.