Russian jets kill civilians in al-Bab and paramedic in Aleppo’s Anadan
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Russian jets kill civilians in al-Bab and paramedic in Aleppo’s Anadan

Al-Bab, Jan. 27, 2016, Orient Photo
Orient Net - Special
Date: 2016-01-27 20:06
Russian jets were not absent from the sky of al-Bab city in Aleppo  eastern countryside. They flew at high attitude and strafed residential buildings with interstitial missiles which left at least five civilians killed and many injured, special sources told Orient Net.

Al-Bab has become a deserted city except for those underprivileged residents who can not afford the fare of a taxi to take them to the Turkish border and those who prefer to dying under Russian indiscriminate bombardment to living in tents in the open especially in this freezing winter.

Also Russian jets attacked today the field hospital in the city of Anadan and killed a paramedic of the staff and injured tens, Syria Live Network (S.L.N.) reported.


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