Syria: Life returns to Aleppo suburbs after govt. forces repel militant siege

Life slowly returned to the northern outskirts of Aleppo, Monday, after areas of the crisis-stricken city were liberated by the Syrian Arab Army (SAA).
Nubbul and al-Zahra had been besieged by al-Nusra Front militants, preventing the approximately 70,000 residents from living their lives in a normal fashion. For more than three years locals managed to survive from humanitarian aid that was being air-dropped.
At the time of writing government trucks loaded with humanitarian goods including food and gas cylinders were entering the cities regularly.