Media members gather around a plane after it landed at Aleppo international airport January 22, 2014. (REUTERS/George Ourfalian)
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A government-organized plane trip for journalists to the war-ravaged city of Aleppo earlier this week came as surprise to those taking part, according to a CNN report.Pleitgen said the rest of the day spent in Aleppo went fairly uneventfully, although the arrival itself meant that he and other journalists were in the process of making news as well as reporting it.The members of the media spoke with Aleppo's governor, toured an aid distribution center, spoke to government soldiers and visited several parts of the city before returning to the capital at the end of the day.
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