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m. Syria.(Source: Reuters) Top News Some 3000 civilians and more than 40 wounded people including children were evacuated from east Aleppo on Thursday in two evacuations the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said in a statement “Many more” rotations of buses and ambulances would be needed in coming days said Robert Mardini ICRC regional director for the Near and Middle East in an interview with Reuters in his Geneva office He had just been briefed by ICRC’s Syria delegation chief Marianne Gasser in Aleppo Watch What Else Is Making News “This for us is the first step it was a positive one” Mardini said after the first of two evacuations from the eastern part of the city where government forces are poised to take full control The ICRC said a third convoy had headed for Aleppo after dusk The first evacuees were escorted on buses and 13 ambulances through government-held west Aleppo to opposition-controlled areas where they will choose where they want to go A team of 14 ICRC staff and nearly 100 volunteers from the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) took part in the operation for which they needed a crane to remove debris and burned buses to clear the way into “volatile and unpredictable” east Aleppo Mardini said Gasser has also overseen evacuations from Madaya and the Old City of Homs during the nearly six-year war “The report we got inside and what my colleagues were telling me was heartbreaking People are totally exhausted disillusioned in very bad shape” Mardini said “But they were so happy to see us they were thankful for us being there although we failed them because it’s too little too late but yet it is important” Syrian authorities conducted only “very light screening” of the evacuees who were not registered and whose identity papers were not checked he said “So far the vast majority of people we transferred today are civilians” he said The priority remains to evacuate the critically injured because “it’s a matter of life and death” and to supervise the evacuation of civilians he said Mardini asked about evacuation of fighters still in east Aleppo said: “We do not have clear plans … We don’t know for the next rotation These are things that are negotiated as we go” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top Newss IAF convention will be held in Portugal and that there will be a fashion show followed by a lavish awards ceremony.t go for the competition due to prior commitments, he says For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top Newscash-for-question? But barring a new set of government offices, Blessing, In his presidential address, says Pandit Hari Prasad Chaurasia from Vrindavan Gurukul in Mumbai.Written by Kautilya Singh | Kanpur | Published: June 8
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