Syrian War: Bombs Fall Like 'Rain' On Eastern Aleppo
On November 17, 2016, airstrikes and barrel bombs hit eastern Aleppo for the third day. Dozens were injured and at least twenty-one were killed.
Over forty barrel bombs and airstrikes struck neighborhoods in the besieged east of the city on Thursday.
"Planes are more than birds, and bombs are more than rain," said one of the residents of the Syria's air forces.
Images from the Activist group of the Aleppo Media Center released pictures of two children who survived the airstrikes from Thursday. One boy had wounds to his abdomen and was laid out on a stretcher, and both toddlers had blood all over their faces.
Research for this article was taken from CNN.com