In its report summary, the inquiry said: "The battle for control over Aleppo city was a stage of unrelenting violence, with civilians on both sides falling victim to war crimes committed by all parties".
"Hundreds of civilians - many of them children - lost their lives to the daily bombardments that used concrete piercing bombs, cluster munition, incendiary weapons and crudely weaponised chlorine canisters on civilian inhabited areas".
The evacuation of the rebel enclave in eastern Aleppo in December, which brought the battle to an end, also amounted to forced displacement, the investigators say.
Russian Federation released what it said was proof that rebels had bombed the convoy - including drone footage that Moscow claimed showed rebels with heavy weapons were riding with the convoy at the time it was attacked.
"Such agreements amount to the war crime of forced displacement of the civilian population", United Nations investigators concluded, stressing that the deal in Aleppo was made "for strategic reasons - and not for the security of civilians".
Opposition groups shelled government-controlled western Aleppo, killing and injuring dozens, the report said.
On 9 August, Major Yasser Abd ar-Rahim, a Fatah Halab rebel commander, delivered a statement vowing that the coalition of armed groups would take "revenge" on the Kurds in Sheikh Maqsoud, specifying that they would "not find a place to bury their dead in Aleppo".
As the situation deteriorated in eastern Aleppo, some armed groups withheld humanitarian aid from civilians, violently prevented them from trying to flee across the frontline and used them as human shields, according to the investigators.
In December 2016, the Syrian regime said it took full control of Aleppo after five years of fighting.
The UN report also said Syrian government forces executed presumed rebel fighters and their supporters as they rolled through eastern Aleppo in December.
It said the Syrian government must carry out "investigations into the conduct of their forces and make their findings public", and that rebels must "repudiate extreme elements and apply effective leverage for compliance with worldwide law".
Others were arrested and their whereabouts remain unknown.
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The People's Court was canceled in 1993, but aired in syndication until it was revived for a second time in September 1997. Markey was not about to retire to go on TV but told Edwards that Wapner would be flawless for television.
The First Vice President also assumes the presidency if the president is unable to perform his or her duties. Graduating as a medical doctor, she also secured a degree in philosophy, defending a thesis on euthanasia.
This injury could potentially be devastating for a Raptors team hoping to remain a legitimate contender in the Eastern Conference. DeRozan's now fifth in the National Basketball Association in scoring this season, averaging 27.7 points per game.
One captain in Iraq's emergency response division told the BBC inside western Mosul: "We very close to liberating Mosul". Iraqi officials said they had information that recent attacks in Baghdad had been organised from inside Syria.
Meanwhile, the "Because You Loved Me" musician recently said her family was "doing really well" one year on from Rene's passing. Angelil, who was married to Dion for over 21 years, died in January 2016 after a long battle with throat cancer.
Some of the rally organizers came out of the Tea Party, a far-right movement within the Republican Party since 2009. Monday would be the first of the two rallies, also linked to the "Main Street Patriots" group.
They will discuss border security, law-enforcement cooperation, trade and other issues, the State Department said. The relations between Mexico and the United States were chilly long before disclosure of the deportation plan.
The company also now uses drones to check inventory on high storage shelves in its warehouses, which is already legal to do. The company on Monday successfully tested a package delivery drone that launches from atop its iconic brown vans.
The U.S. -led global coalition against the Islamic State carried out dozens of airstrikes on Monday, Iraqi officials said. In Iraq, more than a thousand civilians have fled western Mosul as Iraqi troops push deeper into ISIL held areas.
Apple says its watches now are designed for 18 hours of battery life , though performance varies based on how you use the watch. Such technology could be delivered by Hong-Kong based Biel Crystal Manufactory or Taiwanese-based General Interface Solution.
Case-Shiller: Home prices set 30-month high in December
Since 1975, the average pace is 1.3 percent; about two-thirds of the time, the rate is between -4 percent and +7 percent. The index's 10-city and 20-city composites each saw home prices increase 0.9%, on an adjusted basis, month over month.
Notable Stock Analysts Ratings: Tesla Motors, Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA)
FLO holds price to earnings ratio of 24.68 that presents much better indication for a stock's value than the market price alone. Also, VP John Douglas Field sold 1,000 shares of the business's stock in a transaction that occurred on Tuesday, January 10th.
Church plans Ash Wednesday drive-thru
A Christian think tank says an LGBT advocacy group is attempting to politicize the beginning of the 40-day Lenten season. The " Glitter Ash Wednesday" initiative was created by the NY faith-based organization "Parity".
Kings get Quick, Wild acquire Hanzal
Though Bishop makes Los Angeles deeper in goal, there are some questions on whether he was really what they needed most. The Los Angeles Kings have acquired goaltender Ben Bishop from the Tampa Bay Lightning on Sunday.
Christian writer accuses Lego Batman Movie of "gay propaganda"
The closest thing to a Boy Wonder appearance Nolan gave to fans was Joseph Gordon Levitt's John Blake in " The Dark Knight Rises". McKay is now in negotiations to direct the live-action film which is based on DC Comics, with Bill Dubuque writing the script.
Jamie Chung to play Blink in Fox's X-Men series
The untitled Marvel TV project revolves around an ordinary couple who finds out that their children possess mutant powers. FOX's Bryan Singer-directed X-Men drama doesn't have a name, or even many confirmed characters, at least until now.
Giraffe birth video returns to YouTube
A giraffe Animal Adventure Park at Harpursvile, NY is expecting a calf, and the park is live streaming the birth. The live feed went viral and was up for several hours before it was abruptly pulled off air Thursday morning.
Iraqi forces storm Mosul airport, military base
The Pentagon has said that there will not be a public announcement that accompanies the strategy review. The campaign involves a 100,000-strong force of Iraqi troops, Kurdish fighters and Shi'ite militias.
Honor V9 official, a taste of Honor 9?
The Honor 8 Lite has been priced CNY 2,599 (which is approximately Rs 24,999) and will begin shipping this Friday- February 24. The phone boasts of a QHD display combined with a powerful battery and claims to be the best when it comes to VR, 3D support.