People walk amid the rubble of destroyed buildings following a reported airstrike on the rebel-held neighborhood of al-Kalasa in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo, on April 28, 2016. / AFP / AMEER ALHALBI
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Escalating violence across Syria which has seen a fragile truce agreement unravel and peace talks collapse could release new levels of horror, the U.N. human rights chief said Friday, saying all parties have shown a "monstrous disregard" for civilian lives.Peace talks in Geneva aimed to end a war that has created the world's worst refugee crisis, allowed for the rise of ISIS and drawn in regional and major powers, but the negotiations have all but failed and a cessation of hostilities agreement to allow them to take place has collapsed.Airstrikes late Wednesday destroyed a hospital and killed dozens of people in rebel-held areas of Aleppo, including children and doctors, in an attack that a U.S. official said appeared to be solely the work of the Syrian government.
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