A picture shows the rubble of a hospital supported by Doctors Without Borders (MSF) near Maaret al-Numan, in Syria's northern province of Idlib, on Feb. 15, 2016, after the building was hit by suspected Russian airstrikes. / AFP / STRINGER
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Britain and France criticized Russia's role in Syria's war Tuesday and said Moscow must stop the conflict rather than fueling it, after missile strikes killed dozens of civilians Monday.Almost 50 civilians were killed when missiles hit at least five medical facilities and two schools in rebel-held areas of Syria on Monday, according to the United Nations, which called the attacks a blatant violation of international law.Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu blamed Russia for at least one of the missile strikes, when civilians and children were killed in a school and hospital in the town of Azaz, calling it an "obvious war crime".
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