Two mortar shells landed in government-controlled area in Aleppo city in northern Syria on Tuesday, 16 hours after a nationwide truce went into force. But according to the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, the ceasefire was mostly holding across Syria at the start of its second day. The Observatory said it had not recorded a single civilian death from fighting in the fifteen hours since the ceasefire came into effect at 1600 GMT on Monday. Meanwhile, around 20 trucks carrying aid have crossed into northern Syria from Turkey. The Turkish government says it aims to send trucks of food, children’s clothes and toys to Aleppo. CCTV’s Alaa Ebrahim has more from Damascus.
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