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> All that remains of a hospital in Aleppo, pancaked buildings in piles of rubble. Syrian government forces claiming them on Sunday as they pushed to retake rebel-held parts of the region. Here, the army told the insurgents to go, offering them safe passage and aid. But elsewhere, the relentless campaign backed by Russian air power has killed hundreds as bunker-busting bombs bring down buildings on residents huddled inside.
Medics say just five hospitals remain open in the east Aleppo. The area's largest trauma and intensive care center was forced to shut on Saturday after being freshly battered by bombs, according to rebels and rescuers. The United Nations again on Monday urging a stop to the airstrikes.>> We must get some people evacuated and we must get some aid in.
But that can be done only if the bombing stops.>> The UN and EU have proposed a new plan to deliver aid to those in besieged areas and to evacuate urgent medical cases.