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The New York Times: Russian aircraft bombed a hospital in Syria, people died.

The New York Times: Авиация России бомбила больницы в Сирии, погибли люди.

The journalists of the New York Times stated that the Russian aircraft did the bombing of hospitals in Syria.

The newspaper writes, citing eyewitnesses, video recordings and records of negotiations of pilots that only 5 and 6 may, the Russian air force attacked four hospitals in the province of Idlib. The staff is one of the institutions knew about the impending attack and evacuated three days before it, but in other hospitals were killed.

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The publication notes that all hospitals were on the list of organizations to which the UN urged not to attack. However, according to doctors in Syria, the Russian military used the data to organize the bombing is on this list.

In turn, the human rights organization “Doctors for human rights” reported that since 2011 the Syrian hospital attack 583 times, killing 916 of health workers. Almost half of all attacks — 266 — were committed after September 2015, when Russia launched a military operation in Syria.

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