"American policy is based on creating chaos in different parts of the world and creating conflicts among states. This is not new," Syria's President Bashar al-Assad said.
Russia suggested President Donald Trump had no clear strategy in Syria after the U.S. leader said an apparent chemical attack changed his views on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley said the U.S. was no longer interested in pursuing regime change in Syria.
President Assad has strengthened his position with likely fiercer battles to come despite the deadly siege of Aleppo.
"There is absolutely no justification whatsoever for the indiscriminate and savage brutality against civilians."
Those leaving Aleppo would head for Idlib province to the west of the city.
President Assad’s forces now control more than two-thirds of the city.
The Turkish leader issued a swipe at the U.N. and Russian-backed Syria.
Civilian volunteers say the lack of medical supplies and aid will leave many facing death.
The Syrian army and its allies see a risk that Islamic State will regroup in eastern Syria as it is forced from the Iraqi city of Mosul.
Ramzan Kadyrov is building a special forces training ground east of Grozny.
The U.S. military the coalition stopped the attacks against what it had believed to be ISIS after Russia informed it that Syrian military personnel may have been hit.
The U.N. has officially implicated the Syrian Air Force in chemical weapon attacks in Syria.
Syrian government forces have also been accused of using chemical weapons.
Bashar-al Assad says MPs were "disconnected from reality" when they called for a referendum.
The dissenting State Department officials have suggested that Obama consider modest military means to halt Syria's barrel-bomber-in-chief.