Two Aleppo Hospitals Attacked as Number of Wounded Increases

Two of the largest hospitals in the besieged part of eastern Aleppo have been attacked and are now out of service, as the number of wounded civilians continues to grow.
0:30 | 09/28/16

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Military strikes hit two major hospitals a Syria tries to retake the rebel held city of electro. The strikes killed seven people knocked out generators damaged water supplies. Leaving them out of operation the devastation forcing one of the hospitals to completely shut down. One of the hospitals hit is where a boy that has become the face of violence was treated. Video from sitting confuse and covered in debris and dust shock the world last month some authorities say the strikes were deliverance.

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