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UNICEF ‘appalled’ by Russian attacks on hospitals in Syria


Speaking in Athens, EU President Donald Tusk said Russia’s aerial bombardments in Syria had dealt a blow to hopes of a ceasefire in the war-torn country. Both the United Nations and France have also condemned the attacks, with the UN calling them a blatant violation of global law, while France echoed Turkey in saying they constituted war crimes.On Monday, Turkey warned Kurdish militia fighters in northern Syria they would face the “harshest reaction” if they tried to capture a town near the border.”That the Assad regime and its supporters would continue these attacks… casts doubt on Russia’s willingness and/or ability to help bring to a stop the continued brutality of the Assad regime against its own people”, the State Department said.This was despite three days of shelling from Turkey, which views the YPG militia in Syria as allied to the outlawed PKK, which has carried out a decades-long campaign for autonomy in Turkey.

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