Russian jets bombed a medical center in the town of Khan Tuman in southern rural Aleppo earlier on Wednesday, killing 15 members of medical staff, activists in the town reported.
The attack on the hospital comes two days after Russian jets hit a UN-Syrian Red Crescent aid convoy near the town of Urum Alkobra near Aleppo. The attack left 12 people killed, including aid workers.
The Syrian Coalition said that this barbaric attack on the hospital represents a continuation of the criminal acts perpetrated by Russia aimed to quell the Syrian revolution and force the Syrian people to agree to Russian dictations.
The Coalition strongly condemned these crimes, calling on the international community and the International Syria Support Group (ISSG) to assume its responsibilities towards the protection of civilians in Syria; the establishment mechanisms to enforce the truce; and holding violators of the truce to account.
Russia and the Assad regime violated the truce no fewer than 264 times since it came into force last week. Over 65 people have been killed as a result of these violations.
These crimes and violations have effectively ended the truce; undermined all chances of a political solution; and demonstrated insistence by the Assad regime and its allies on pursuing the policy of killing and destruction, the Coalition added. (Source: Syrian Coalition)