New deal has been reached to allow the Evacuation of several besieged enclaves in Syria.

Thousands of Civilians and Rebels are hoping to leave the City of Aleppo after rapid Government advances in recent weeks.

The agreement also includes thousands of people in two other Rebel-held towns and two towns loyal to the Government.

At least 6,000 people have left Aleppo but evacuations were stopped on Friday.

Meanwhile videos uploaded on the internet purport to show hundreds of People in Homs and Idlib rallying in solidarity with Civilians in the besieged areas of Eastern Aleppo.

The protesters were calling for unity between all opposition groups in order to topple President Bashar Al-Assad.

Aleppo had been divided between government and rebel areas in the nearly six-year Civil War, but a lightning advance by the Syrian Army and its Allies that began in Mid-November deprived the insurgents of most of their territory.