Eastern Aleppo resident
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Aleppo battle: 'I could be killed any minute'

For much of the last four years, Syria's city of Aleppo has been divided roughly in two, with the government controlling the west and the rebels the east.

Now the rebels are on the brink of defeat, and thousands of people remain in besieged areas in the city. One resident tells the BBC why many remain unable to escape.

Produced by: Dina Demrdash, Nader Ibrahim

  • 13 Dec 2016
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