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>> Buses ready and waiting, but not yet moving into Aleppo's eastern districts where Syrian rebels and their families await evacuation. Instead, there's delays. A war monitor says the reason is unclear, but an opposition official blames Shia militias allied to president Bashar Al-Assad for the holdup. An agreement struck on Tuesday ending the bloody battle, handing Assad his biggest victory yet after more than five years of war.
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It follows a rapid advance by the Syrian army in the last couple of weeks that drove opposition fighters into a pocket of the city once divided between the two sides. Under the truce, insurgents and civilians promised safe passage. Sources on Tuesday stating different start times for the evacuation.
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Regardless, nobody had left by dawn. Pro-Syrian opposition orient TV reporting the evacuation may now not be until Thursday. The ceasefire still in place despite the delays.