>> The buses have arrived but the people haven't. The planned evacuation of rebel districts in Aleppo has stalled as air strikes and heavy shelling hit the city. Local media said it could now be delayed until Thursday. Iran is said to have imposed new conditions on the deal. UN forces say they want to simultaneous evacuation of wounded from nearby rebel held villages.
The cease fire brokered on Tuesday by Russia and Turkey was intended to end years of fighting in the divided city, handing Syrian President, Bashar al-Assad, his biggest victory in more than five years of war. Turkey is accusing Syrian government forces and others of trying to obstruct the evacuation.
The Turkish Foreign Minister says they're talking to Russia and Iran to try to ensure the ceasefire holds, despite efforts by the Syrian government to prevent it. The monitoring group says the truce appears to have collapsed. Russia explaining government forces were responding to rebel attacks and that resistance was likely to end in the next two or three days.
Around 15,000 civilians is still thought to be waiting to leave the area. Tens of thousands have already fled. The UN calling the crisis a complete meltdown of humanity