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Geneva's main hospital appeared to burst into flames on Monday night in a simulation to commemorate the deadly U.S. airstrike on a Kunduz hospital in Afghanistan a year ago and to condemn Syrian and Russian bombing of health centers in Aleppo.Four hospitals in rebel-held Aleppo have been destroyed during the Syrian-Russian air campaign in the past week, leaving just five intensive care beds for 250,000 people, the group said.World Health Organization spokeswoman Fadela Chaib said that many of the 250,000 people trapped in rebel-held eastern Aleppo lacked health services after repeated bombings of hospitals.Dr. Kathleen Thomas, an Australian doctor who survived the U.S. gunship attack on the 92-bed Kunduz hospital serving nearly one million people in northern Afghanistan, testified to the horror.
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