A damaged building is pictured after an airstrike on the rebel held al-Fardous neighbourhood of Aleppo, Syria February 18, 2016. REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail
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The International Committee of the Red Cross said on Friday it was "deeply alarmed" by the situation in Syria's Aleppo province, where fighting has displaced tens of thousands of people.The statement came as rights group Amnesty International criticised Turkey for refusing entry to some injured Syrian civilians fleeing Aleppo, describing its policy as "appalling". The advances have left rebels and some 300,000 civilians virtually encircled in the opposition-held east of Aleppo city, and prompted tens of thousands of people to flee the countryside north of the city.Amnesty International meanwhile criticised Turkey, saying it had denied entry to injured Syrians fleeing Aleppo in need of urgent medical care.
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