Why the fight for Aleppo is a turning point in the Syrian war

As featured in Los Angeles Times



“They’re actually a very strange choice to use against cities unless you’re trying to hit something in particular, so they’re likely to be on the basis of specific intelligence _ hitting things like buried supply tunnels, underground command centers,” said Justin Bronk, a military scientist with the Royal United Services Institute, a British think tank. “Or civilian shelters they would go straight through.”