From Lancashire’s streets to the war zone of Aleppo

Flames shoot high into the sky as oil burns. Russian jets have just bombed a convoy of trucks, believed to belong to terrorist group ISIS, in Syria.
Yards away, as thick columns of black smoke rise up from the lengthy stretch of destruction, men in white helmets and fluorescent jackets target the fierce blaze with water.
It reads like a scene from a Hollywood film, and with an innocent family reportedly killed after being caught up in the aerial assault, it’s one that’s presumably hard for the average Gazette reader to relate to.
Except in the picture, posted to Twitter last year by Turkish... read more

17 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 31

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