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One of the last airstrikes hit a hospital and killed at least 27 people, among them one of the last remaining pediatricians in the city.In a separate blitz, dozens more were killed, raising the toll to more than 60 . No party which participates in this brutal war is totally innocent. As Aleppo continues to be the target of unrelenting aerial bombings, one can easily imagine the following scenario as narrated by a 10-year-old child.Cesar Chelala is a cowinner of an Overseas Press Club of America Award and two national journalism awards from Argentina. In 2015, he also received the Cedar of Lebanon Gold Medal in Tucuman, Argentina. He wrote this commentary for THE DAILY STAR.
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