The United Nations has restarted deliveries of aid in the besieged Syrian city of Homs, after talks aimed at saving a truce between the warring parties.
UN vehicles towed trailers of food into the city and aid agencies prepared buses to transport civilians.
The Syrian Red Crescent also managed to get trucks of food into the old city.
The ceasefire is due to end on Wednesday, but the Syrian government has said it will allow an extension.
The Syrian Red Crescent and UN agencies started to evacuate civilians from Homs and deliver food and medicines on Friday.
An initial three-day truce was extended for a further 72 hours from Monday, but no deliveries or evacuations took place on Tuesday.
Rebel areas of the central city have under a blockade for 18 months. Nearly 1200 civilians have been evacuated since Friday, but more than 1000 are believed to remain.
The BBC reports the conflict in Syria has claimed more than 100,000 lives since 2011 and 9.5 million people have been driven from their homes.