Deadly clashes erupted in Syria’s Aleppo as a deal for the evacuation of Rebel Areas was put on hold, leaving thousands of Cold and Hungry Civilians uncertain of their future.

Entire families had gathered in the streets before dawn hoping to leave the Ravaged City after an agreement announced the Night before to Evacuate Civilians and Rebels.

The first departures had been expected around 5:00 Am but there was no movement, and a few hours later, fierce fighting shook the City.

The landmark evacuation deal, brokered by Russia and Turkey, came after the Army Seized more than 90 percent of East Aleppo from the Rebels