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    In Aleppo, traders eke out living as fighting rages

    Syria's second largest city of Aleppo has been at the epicentre of the conflict since intensified fighting erupted there almost a month ago, triggering a major army assault a week later. According to a top Free Syrian Army commander, rebels control almost two thirds of the city, but that’s a claim denied by a security source in Damascus. Despite shelling and army jets hovering over the city, traders in a shopping square near Aleppo's eastern Shaar district remain open for business.Duration: 01:37