A civil defence member looks for survivors at a damaged site after a barrel bomb hit a school and a residential building in Seif al-Dawla neighborhood of Aleppo May 3, 2015. (REUTERS/Hosam Katan)
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One of two major hospitals in Syria's violence-torn northern city, Aleppo, has suspended its operations after it was bombed at least twice last week, the international aid organization Doctors Without Borders said.On Sunday, a Syrian government air raid struck near a school in Aleppo, killing at least seven people including children.The hospital in the eastern district of Sakhour, which is controlled by rebels, provides critical services for over 40,000 people.The hospital was closed for several weeks in 2014, also following damages from strikes.
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