Stories from inside Aleppo: ‘It feels like we are in prison’

Aid cant get in, but narratives can get out. The Guardian used Skype and WhatsApp to speak with tenants about life under siege

Aleppo has become synonymous with ruin and demise, barrel bombs, bunker busters and shattered infirmaries. For the doctors and rescue workers racing to save lives round the clock, life has become a blur of blood, demise and desperation.

But between the explosions and the street battles, there are more than 200,000 civilians trying to cling to a semblance of normal life in east Aleppo, a one-quarter of them children.

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