Hospitals under strain in Syria's Idlib

A growing number of hospitals have been bombed in Syria's Idlib province, putting more strain on the few remaining health facilities in the area.

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    A growing number of hospitals have been bombed in Syria's Idlib province, putting more strain on the few remaining health facilities in the area.

    International health organisations have expressed concerns over the deteriorating health condition in the province, which is the rebels' last stronghold in Syria.

    Al Jazeera's Hashem Ahelbarra reports from Gaziantep, near the Turkish-Syrian border.


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