Syrian forces pounded rebel-held eastern Aleppo on Sunday, killing at least 85 people and wounding more than 300 others, an activist group reported.
The bombardment destroyed residential centers, overwhelmed hospitals and angered diplomats meeting at the United Nations.
"Everyone in Aleppo is depressed," an activist has said.
"They don't know what they have done to become targets for warplanes. Fear is clear in the eyes of anyone you see walking the streets of Aleppo. Yesterday I saw a woman walking on the street and crying , no clear reason, just crying."