Evacuation efforts by aid agencies in Aleppo were suspended on Friday, just one day after buses began shuttling evacuees out of the rubble. This came amid accounts that pro-government militiamen had been executing evacuees. The Syrian government captured the rebel-held city after a ground-and-air siege by government and Russian forces, during which Aleppo residents posted "final goodbyes" on social media. The five-year civil war has killed more than 500,000 people, displacing half the country’s residents. We’ll talk with Bay Area Syrian-Americans about how the conflict has colored their lives and hear their fears and hopes for family and friends at home and abroad.