Syria crisis: Rebel forces open new front in Aleppo
38 people including 14 children killed in rebel shelling.
In Syria , the rebel forces have opened a new front in Aleppo to break the government's siege of the city.
Both sides have made conflicting claims of gains in the fighting. They have also accused each other of using poison gas.
Meanwhile, thirty-eight people including fourteen children have been killed in rebel shelling of government-held areas of Aleppo during the last 48 hours.