Russia is streaming the war live from Aleppo

05:49 PM | 20 Oct, 2016
Russia is streaming the war live from Aleppo
MOSCOW/ALEPPO - Russia’s Ministry of Defence has full access to livestream videos from web cameras installed in Aleppo, as well as real time drone footage, providing a closer look at what is happening in the city amid a provisional ceasefire.

Four web cameras have been set up on the western part of the Castello Road in Aleppo, showing ‘humanitarian corridors’ and a Syrian army checkpoint in the Marsharqa neighborhood, according to the Russia Today.

Lt.-Gen. Sergei Rudskoi of the Russian Military General Staff speaks to the media, as a video released by the Russian Defense Ministry shows a Russian warplane unloads its weapons over target on screen at a Russian Defense Ministry building in Moscow, Russia, Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2016. Rudskoi said that fighting in Aleppo will cease for three hours daily to allow humanitarian aid deliveries. (AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev)

A separate camera mounted on a surveillance drone brings you a bird’s eye view of the area meant to help civilians, as well armed militants, leave eastern Aleppo.

You can watch any of the livestreams at the Defense Ministry’s website.