- "There are possible Monday fewer casualties than feared in an air raid on an aid convoy to the Syrian Aleppo. This said a spokesman for the Red Cross in Geneva Tuesday."
"He said that a coordinator of the Syrian branch of the Red Cross, Urem al-Kubra to life has come and also some civilians. But the death toll may be lower than feared. Observers of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported previously at least twelve dead, employees of the Red Cross spoke on Twitter about thirteen deaths."
"The aid convoy of the Red Cross consisted of 31 trucks and a mobile clinic. Certainly eighteen cars and the clinic were destroyed. The boss of the International Red Cross, Peter Maurer, said Tuesday an outrageous violation of international humanitarian law that undermines aid in Syria.\n \n \n \n \n 1:15\n \n Chinese in thick container: \"Work harder!\"\n \n \n \n 0:40\n \n Ingenious: monster elevator for ships\n \n \n \n 2:19\n \n Part 2: 'The chemo I feel strange'"