The largest hospital in the militant-controlled Syrian city of Aleppo, has suffered a heavy bombardment for the second time, The Guardian publication reports.
The Syrian-American Medical Society informs that the hospital was damaged with barrel bombs.
“Two barrel bombs hit the M10 hospital and there were reports of a cluster bomb as well, Adham Sahloul of Sams said at the Turkey-based Syrian-American medical community.
Similar attack on the hospital occurred just a few days ago. Reportedly, the Russian-supported state Syrian army attacks Old Aleppo.
According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, at least 20 were killed by sustained Russian and Syrian army strikes and artillery shelling on September 30.
PHOTO: The Guardian
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