Bashar Assad's forces, with assistance from Russian airstrikes, are continuing their siege of opposition groups in Aleppo while the opposition continues to wage fierce battles despite intensified airstrikes, some of which have reportedly targeted civilians. Intensified fighting has completely cut off access to humanitarian aid deliveries in the opposition-held part of the contested city, a U.N. spokeswoman said Tuesday. Alessandra Vellucci told reporters that the passageway known as the Castello Road, which is considered the only access in and out of eastern Aleppo, has been rendered "impassable" since hostilities there worsened starting Thursday. The U.N. also said yesterday it was "deeply alarmed" by the situation in Aleppo.Opposition areas of Aleppo have stockpiled enough basic supplies to survive months of siege by Syrian government forces even though some goods are running out, an opposition official said.
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