A group of more than 100 civilians has been able to leave the eastern neighborhoods of the Syrian city of Aleppo in the past 24 hours despite threats from terrorists, a Syrian army source told RIA Novosti on Monday.




“They are now here in Jibrin [camp for internally displaced people] and are included to the list of Russian and Belarusian [humanitarian] assistance,” the army source said.


Up to 300,000 civilians are estimated to live in eastern Aleppo neighborhoods captured by militants, who threaten to execute the local population that chooses to leave through arranged humanitarian corridors.