For eight weeks, the Syrian Regime and Rebels have agreed on a cessation of hostilities. Introduced by the US and Russia, the treaty is now declared dead as airstrikes have destroyed an Aleppo hospital.
The Syrian Regime fighters had attacked the hospital backed by Medicins Sans Frontieres and the International Community of the Red Cross.
Among those killed were recovering patients and doctors. The MSF estimates about 14 patients and two doctors killed in the latest bombing run.
MSF said one was a rare paediatrician in the rebel-held part of Aleppo.
Three children were also included in the list.
Syrian rebels quickly pointed Syrian President Bashar al-Assad as the culprit and has breached the truce multiple times. According to UK Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond, more pressure is needed.
“Now is the time for those with influence to apply real pressure to end this spiral of violence.
“Russia has set itself up as protector of the Assad regime, so it has a duty to bring its full influence to bear.”
Syrian rebels also said the Assad Regime had systematically bombed hopitals, schools, markets and a search and rescue centre.
According to an Area Councillor in Aleppo Bara Abu Saleh, the scenario was “like an apocalypse.
“Today around 25 people have been killed in different areas. Just now a rocket landed close but it didn’t explode.”