The Syrian army turned the national hospital at Azaz in northern Syria into a military base to attack the town last June but lost the town to rebels the following month. Rebels restored the hospital and the army then bombed it from the air in January.
The Syrian army turned the national hospital at Azaz in northern Syria into a military base to attack the town last June but lost the town to rebels the following month. Rebels restored the hospital and the army then bombed it from the air in January. MCT
The Syrian army turned the national hospital at Azaz in northern Syria into a military base to attack the town last June but lost the town to rebels the following month. Rebels restored the hospital and the army then bombed it from the air in January. MCT

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February 11, 2014 06:00 AM

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