Syrians brace for possible US air strikes

Civilians in Aleppo seem to be divided in their support for any American-led attack on regime targets.

    As world leaders discuss the escalating situation in Syria, rebels and civilians are preparing for possible US air strikes.

    Aleppo, which has seen intense fighting since the beginning of the conflict, is expected to be a prime target.

    That chaos worries civilians there, who seem to be divided in their support for any US-led attack.

    Al Jazeera’s Mohammed Vall reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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