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when Saddam patients have thought they'd be looked after but yes again in Syria even the hospitals on safe spaces this surgical facility was hit last week , part of an uptake of Syrian government and Russian strikes in north west in Syria the U. N. says as strikes of struck eighteen health facilities and violence has destroyed at least sixteen schools and with nowhere else to go this is why families are renting out , with only the shade of olive trees the protection they is some of the a hundred and eighty thousand people who have escaped an upsurge in violence in the last major Syrian rebel stronghold in the last month and then I mean much of stranded near the Turkish border without enough food water or even basic sanitation , the last few weeks marks the most intense escalation between president Bashar al Assad and his rebel enemy since last summer many hospitals and now out of service one of the doctors at this one tells us it serves four hundred thousand people he described the moments they were attacked the moment was very difficult and terrifying for everyone in society didn't know how to act because the second or third or fourth strike no one knew when it was hit which part of the hospital would collapse some reality was a short period of time but it felt terrifying and very very long we held our breath unfortunately a number of Maltese were killed or wounded and the hospital went out to service , those recently stranded there is no room in there by caps many had left in a hurry and have nothing with them , do not all slip and we've been here for around ten to fifteen days sitting under the trees it is Ramadan now as you can see in there is nothing here need to fall through is no water and they did not bring tends to these people there's also no school for children and no water nothing a toll , much of the bombardment has hit above his own agreed in September under a Russian Turkish deal techie is calling for the attacks to stop