Humanitarian Aid Convoy Destroyed as Syrian Cease-Fire Fails
A convoy was destroyed by airstrikes en route to deliver humanitarian aid to the Syrian town of Urum al-Kubra, northwest of Aleppo.
An airstrike on Urum al-Kubra town, a rebel held town northwest of Aleppo destroyed aid trucks on Sept. 20.
The United Nations said at least 18 trucks in the 31-vehicle convoy were destroyed en route to deliver humanitarian assistance to the hard-to-reach town.
Men drive a motorcycle near a damaged aid truck.
The International Committee of the Red Cross said 20 civilians were killed in the convoy attack.
Civil Defense extinguishes the fire at the scene of the attack.
Boxes of humanitarian aid are strewn across the streets of Urum al-Kubra.
The UN has suspended all aid convoy movements in Syria after the attack.
People inspect damage after an airstrike on Urum al-Kubra.
Damaged Red Cross and Arab Red Crescent medical supplies are seen in a warehouse in Urum al-Kubra.
A boy rides a bicycle near a damaged aid truck.
Syria's cease-fire has faltered further after the aid convoy was hit by airstrikes.