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lunedì 21 novembre 2016

Aleppo, la morte in diretta

WARNING: DISTURBING FOOTAGE 

Il momento dell’esplosione ripreso dalle telecamere di sicurezza di una struttura ospedaliera di Aleppo, dove i bombardamenti russo-governativi hanno messo in ginocchio i servizi sanitari dell’area ancora controllata dai ribelli anti-Assad. 


Le registrazione indica che la bomba ha colpito alle 10.41 del 18 novembre scorso. Oms e direzione sanitaria cittadina riferiscono di “interruzione totale dei servizi”

Siria, bombe su Aleppo. L’esplosione in diretta all’interno di un ospedale della zona est 20 novembre 2016

This disturbing footage captures the moment an airstrike hit a children's hospital in Aleppo, forcing babies in incubators to be scrambled to safety.

CCTV shows doctors gathered in a waiting room, which is enveloped by a cloud of dust after the bomb struck.

Hospital workers and women in headscarves are seen running to escape the building as debris rains down on them.




Opposition activists said Saturday’s death toll has been the worst since the aerial campaign resumed on Tuesday. Residents said hundreds of artillery shells and dozens of airstrikes have hit the city, increasing the misery of its residents who have been suffering from lack of food and medicine because of the siege imposed by government forces and their allies in July.
Aleppo is being wiped out in front of the eyes of the world,” medical official Mohammed Abu Rajab said in an audio message to The Associated Press from inside the city. “It’s not only hospitals that are out of service. All liberated areas in Aleppo are out of service.”
“Entire buildings have been completely destroyed,” Abu Rajab said.
The Observatory said Syrian government warplanes and artillery struck more than 20 neighbourhoods in east Aleppo, killing 27 people and wounding many others.
The Aleppo Media Council, an activist collective, said 20 people, including children, were killed in Saturday’s violence in the country’s largest city and former commercial centre.
Pro-government media, meanwhile, reported rebel shelling on government-held parts of the city, saying they killed two and wounded others.
The latest deaths raise to more than 130 the number of people killed in northern Syria since Tuesday.

Intense bombing in Aleppo kills at least 20, activists say Nov. 19, 2016


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