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Syrian government warplanes bombed rebel-held districts in Aleppo for the fifth straight day, leveling apartment buildings, ...
flooding hospitals with casualties and killing nearly 200 people, activists said. (Dec. 19)
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SHOTLIST++USER GENERATED CONTENT: UGC cannot be absolutely verified. This video has been authenticated based on the following validation checks:++Video and audio translated and content checked by regional experts against known locations and events++Video is consistent with independent AP reporting++Video cleared for use by all AP clients via third-party permission from Sham News NetworkSHAM NEWS NETWORK - AP CLIENTS ONLY++SHAM NEWS NETWORK IS A LOOSELY ORGANISED ANTI-ASSAD GROUP BASED IN AND OUT OF SYRIA WHICH POSTS VIDEO AND STILL IMAGES OF ANTI-GOVERNMENT PROTESTS ON THE INTERNET. THEY CLAIM THEY DO NOT HAVE ANY CONNECTION TO SYRIAN OPPOSITION PARTIES OR ANY OTHER STATES++1. Tracking shot of people walking into area purportedly hit by a government airstrike in the Daret Azzeh neighbourhood of Aleppo, smoke billowing2. Close of residents trying to help man out of car, pulls out to wide of area3. Wide of residents wearing hard hats looking through rubble, man with loud speaker directing peopleSTORYLINEFootage posted online by an activist group in Syria purported to show government airstrikes on the city of Aleppo continuing for the fifth straight day.In one of the videos smoke is seen billowing out of a building in the rural neighborhood of Manbej. Panicked residents, some of whom are carrying children, are then seen running out of the apartment block. One man has blood streaming down his face.In another video residents gather at the scene of a building damaged in the Daret Azzeh neighborhood.An off-camera voice can be heard shouting "may God get his revenge on you Bashar", referring to President Bashar Assad.The footage is consistent with AP reporting of events in the area, and was authenticated based on an examination of the video by an AP regional expert.According to figures complied by the international medical organization, Doctors Without Borders, at least 189 people have been killed and another 879 injured in the city since December 15.The air campaign suggests that government forces are trying to crush the opposition in Aleppo ahead of an international peace conference planned for late January in Switzerland.