3 hospitals were hit in air strikes in Northern Syria
Air strikes on rebels-held regions fighting the Syrian, Bashar al-Assad regime have hit 3 hospitals in only 24 hours; as war jets carry on to strike civilian in besieged Middle Eastern state.
The UK-oriented Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has stated an air-strike hit Baghdad Hospital in rebel-detained Awaijel village in Aleppo’s west, early of 15th of November. At least 1 person died in attack, patients and medical staff wounded.
Several patients at Awaijel health facility, now out of service due to air strikes, from Kafr Naha had lately been shifted there where hospital was struck in a previous bombing attack. It was 3rd time that a hospital in town had been struck in one month.
A further hospital in Aleppo’s western countryside was moreover hit in airstrikes that the observatory explained as an acceleration of bombing across the region. It added up that military actions had strengthend in opposition to rebel fighters comprising in Idlib the Islamist faction Ahrar al-Sham and Aleppo’s west, stymieing a counter-offensive on pro-Assad locations.
It can’t be stated whether airstrikes were performed by Syrian jet or Russian war jets. Kremlin, with Iran has turn out to be the main supporter Syrian regime. Iran, Russia and Shia armed forces, comprising the force of Lebanon Hezbollah, had collided against generally Sunni insurgent aiming to prevent Assad dragging out Syria’s 5-year-extended civil war in its bloodiest period.
The global community and human rights factions have slammed Damascus and Moscow for their marking of hospitals and assaults on civilians.
Russia has set out its aircraft carrier, Admiral Kuznetsov together with numerous further ships in Mediterranean, off the Syrian coast; it seems that as it gets ready to strengthen its military actions.
Nato has uttered apprehension that aircrafts on the vessel possibly will be utilized to mark civilians.
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