Tag Archive for Aleppo

2016: The year the world went crazy

 

The last 12 months have been pretty crazy, and 2016 isn't over yet.

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Is the UK guilty of war crimes in Yemen?

 

The new Prime Minister of the controversial rebel Houthi government – Abdulaziz bin Habtour – which has just been set-up in Yemen has accused Britain of war crimes, in his first interview since taking power.

Reporting from Houthi-rebel controlled Yemen, Sky News' Special Correspondent Alex Crawford looks at the price of the conflict to those in the area, especially children who are so malnurished, and whether the UK is guilty of war crimes in Yemen.

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Sky News Unplugged: The fall of Aleppo?

 

The Syrian military says it's now in control of almost all of Aleppo, putting rebels on the brink of defeat. Sky’s Foreign Affairs Editor Sam Kiley and our Diplomatic Editor Dominic Waghorn discuss the implications of the latest developments.

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Aleppo: killing hope

 

In this Sky News special report, correspondent Ashish Joshi looks at the desperate situation in East Aleppo caused by Russian intervention and the latest regime onslaught.

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13-Year-Old Reporter In Aleppo

 

"I'm not afraid. When a barrel bomb falls or there's a rocket, we go out, me and my father to cover it"

13-year-old Hamadi al Hlabi has been dodging rockets to report what life is like inside Aleppo

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Aleppo’s children: Report from Sky’s special correspondent

 

Rescue workers say more than 150 people have died so far this week in Aleppo.

Among those trapped in the city are 100,000 children in desperate need of food, water and medical supplies.

Our Special Correspondent Alex Crawford has been to Aleppo province and has this report.

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The Syrian family resettled in Kent

 

Britain has said it will resettle 20,000 refugees by 2020 — but only a small number have arrived so far. Among them is a family from Aleppo who are now getting used to life in Kent.

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People Of Aleppo: The Sniper

 

Children in Aleppo call Mohammed 'the grandfather'. He is a sniper who tries to protect them as they go to school

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People of Aleppo: The psychotherapist

 

"(The children) didn't used to be afraid of darkness. Now they are": Sara is a psychotherapist in Kils, Turkey on the border with Syria. She looks after children, many of whom are from Aleppo.

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