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Air raids have hit four makeshift hospitals in Syria's battered Aleppo city, doctors said Sunday, jeopardizing medical care for more than 200,000 desperate civilians in rebel-held areas.The hospitals, as well as a blood bank that was hit, are in the Al-Shaar neighborhood, said the Independent Doctor's Association, a group that supports clinics in Aleppo.It said a two-day-old baby was killed in the children's hospital when his oxygen supply was cut in a raid early on Sunday. It was the second strike on the same hospital in about nine hours, the IDA said. Opposition-controlled areas of Aleppo are regularly hit by air strikes by the regime and its key ally Russia.According to the IDA, five hospitals are left operating in eastern Aleppo, devastated by a regime siege since earlier this month.It reported at least five SDF fighters and 18 ISIS militants killed, as well as eight civilians trying to flee Manbij.
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