Byline: Paul Wood; 2012-09-17; BBC News;Article Links
". . .A small dot - a bomb - detached from the plane as it disappeared over the buildings on the horizon.We counted to five before it hit, a deafening explosion that rattled the windows. A large black cloud billowed up, blotting out the sky at the end of the road. It was noisy chaos when we got there. A crowd of dozens quickly became a couple of hundred as men ran in from side streets to help. A white pick-up truck was enveloped in flames. A circle of scorched earth, 30-40m across, radiated out from it. Weeds on the edge of the blackened concrete were still burning too. . ."
Description:While undercover, Paul Wood witnesses an airstrike in Aleppo, Syria's biggest city, that is facing serious problems within the area controlled by rebels.
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