Aleppo, Syria, Nov. 13, 2018. Activists and the local administration of the city of Atarib in Western Aleppo, Northern Syria, organize a sit-in on the first anniversary of a massacre that Russian warplanes committed in the market and police station of the city, killing and injuring 100 civilians. One hundred fifty protesters, including Free Police, Civil Defense, and local council members participated in the sit-in. Major Maher Mar'i, the liaison commander at the Free Police Station, said that they will not forget the massacre, and that Atarib lost many of its residents that day, including 13 Free Police officers. On Nov. 13, 2017, Russian warplanes bombed the market of Atarib, where the Free Police station and a medical center are located. The Syrian National Coalition for the Opposition and Revolutionary Forces condemned the massacre that Russia committed despite the de-escalation agreement reached by Russia, Turkey, and Iran. Characters in order of appearance: 1 - Major Maher Mar'i, the liaison commander at the Free Police Station. 2 - Muhammad Amir, a Free Police officer.