Concern over evacuation from Syria's Homs after attack
Activists trapped in the besieged districts of Syria's Homs fear a planned evacuation of civilians may not go ahead Sunday, a day after shelling targeted an aid convoy and killed five residents.


The planned evacuation is part of a UN-supervised deal to allow scores of civilians to leave a handful of Homs neighborhoods that have been under a tight army siege for more than 600 days. The deal also includes the distribution of humanitarian aid for some 3,000 people trapped by the siege. (AFP)