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(AFP) The hospitals and a blood bank that was also hit are in the Al-Shaar neighbourhood of Syria’s second city, said the Independent Doctors Association, a group that supports clinics in Aleppo. It said a two-day-old baby was killed in the children’s hospital early Sunday, the second raid on the same facility in about nine hours. “After the second strike, we had to move him (the baby) downstairs to the bomb shelter, and that’s why he died,” said Malika, the hospital’s head nurse.

Footage posted by the IDA of the aftermath showed agitated doctors carrying a tiny baby in a room lined with incubators, with sandbags piled high outside the entrance.

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