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Rocket hits hospital treating Syria 'gas attack' victims: AFP

AFP , Tuesday 4 Apr 2017
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A rocket slammed into a hospital in northwestern Syria on Tuesday as doctors treated victims of a suspected chemical attack, destroying part of the building, an AFP correspondent said.

The projectile hit the building in Khan Sheikhun, bringing down rubble on top of medics as they struggled to deal with victims of an attack that reportedly killed at least 58 people.

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