More than 270,000 civilians are trapped in the eastern part of the city according to the World Health Organization, cut off from aid and with "dwindling supplies of food, water and fuel."
"The children of Aleppo are trapped in a living nightmare," said UNICEF Deputy Executive Director Justin Forsyth.
Describing the impact of the bunker-buster bombs, Yassin Mohammed, a 51-year-old taxi driver from East Aleppo told Middle East Eye they felt like "an earthquake."
Aleppo under fire as Russia says chances of ending the Syrian war "almost impossible"
By Justin Ling
Americans will now be fighting alongside both the Turkish military and Kurdish militias in its bid to push the Islamic State further south.
The countries are both claiming responsibility for the airstrike in Syria that killed Mohamed al-Adnani, the Islamic State's chief spokesman.
The US is now facing a splintering of what was already a shaky coalition of forces who hold wildly varying priorities.
By Tess Owen
The three suspects – believed to be behind the attack in an embassy area which left 22 dead – were holed up in a residence on the capital's outskirts.
By Tess Owen
Turkey's president says a boy as young as 12 carried out a deadly bombing near the Syrian border in the southeastern Turkish city of Gaziantep.
Since the Islamic State swept into Sinjar in August, 2014, the women have been treated as property of the group's fighters, who marry, trade, or sell them.
The Republican nominee will likely be briefed at FBI headquarters in New York by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
There have been many attempts throughout US history to ban immigrants from certain ethnic or religious backgrounds for the same national security reasons that Trump is citing.
By VICE News
Ankara is not compromising on its request that the United States extradite Islamic cleric Fethullah Gulen, who is in Pennsylvania, and who Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and his allies blame for orchestrating last month's attempted coup.