Newborn babies saved from Syrian maternity hospital
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Newborn babies saved from Syrian maternity hospital

Orient Net
Date: 2020-02-07 14:37
As thousands flee to the border, Channel 4 has a series of special reports from inside Syria.

Nowhere appears to be safe; in the past two weeks, two hospitals have been repeatedly hit by airstrikes and one of the only functioning hospitals has had to close for fear of attack.

Last August, al-Iman maternity hospital just inside rebel held territory on the Idlib/Aleppo border, was hit by several airstrikes in the middle of the night.

The first of Channel 4 reports from the last battleground shows the chaotic and emotional scenes as rescuers evacuate heavily pregnant women and newborn babies.

Based on Channel 4

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