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Emergency Patient Care in Syria Airstrikes

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Emergency Patient Care in Syria Airstrikes

In this picture taken, Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2016, provided by the Syrian Civil Defense group known as the White Helmets, Syrian Civil Defense workers take out a boy, alive, from the rubble, in rebel-held eastern Aleppo, Syria. Activists and rescue workers say an intensive day of bombing on besieged rebel-held parts of Aleppo has left at least 25 people dead, including five children. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says Wednesday that Tuesday's bombings killed 25 people. The Syrian Civil Defense, a team of first responders, and activist media platform Aleppo Media Center put the death toll at 41. (Syrian Civil Defense- White Helmets via AP)

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Emergency Patient Care in Syria Airstrikes

In this Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016, photo provided by the Syrian Civil Defense group known as the White Helmets, shows survived child Ghazal Akhtarini, carried by Civil Defense workers from under the rubles after airstrikes hit al-Shaar neighborhood in Aleppo, Syria. Nearly 100 children were killed in a single week in Aleppo as Syrian and Russian warplanes sought to bombard into submission the rebel eastern districts of the city that have held out against Syrian government forces for five years. Without hope for the future, no regular schooling and little access to nutritious food, the children of Aleppo and their parents struggle to survive and fear the threat an imminent ground offensive. (Syrian Civil Defense White Helmets via AP)

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Emergency Patient Care in Syria Airstrikes

In this Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016, photo provided by the Syrian Civil Defense group known as the White Helmets, shows a Civil Defense worker carrying the survived child Ghazal Akhtarini, from under the rubles after airstrikes hit al-Shaar neighborhood in Aleppo, Syria. Nearly 100 children were killed in a single week in Aleppo as Syrian and Russian warplanes sought to bombard into submission the rebel eastern districts of the city that have held out against Syrian government forces for five years. Without hope for the future, no regular schooling and little access to nutritious food, the children of Aleppo and their parents struggle to survive and fear the threat an imminent ground offensive. (Syrian Civil Defense White Helmets via AP)

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Emergency Patient Care in Syria Airstrikes

In This picture taken on Thursday, Sept 29, 2016 and provided by UNICEF, UNICEF representative in Syria Hanaa Singer carries Mays, a 2-month old baby, in a hospital in a children ward in government-controlled western Aleppo. Mays and her mother were displaced by recent fighting in Aleppo. The child's mother tried to stab Mays because of desperation from living as displaced. The representative of the U.N. Children agency is calling for an immediate end to the violence that has beset the northern city of Aleppo. (UNICEF via AP)

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Emergency Patient Care in Syria Airstrikes

In this photo provided by the Syrian Civil Defense White Helmets, rescue workers work the site of airstrikes in al-Mashhad neighborhood in the rebel-held part of eastern Aleppo, Syria, Wednesday Sept. 21, 2016. Ibrahim Alhaj, a member of the volunteer first responders known as the Syria Civil Defense, said 24 people were killed in a series of bombings in several parts of the besieged city Aleppo on Wednesday. (Syrian Civil Defense White Helmets via AP)

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Emergency Patient Care in Syria Airstrikes

In this photo provided by the Syrian Civil Defense White Helmets, rescue workers work the site of airstrikes in the al-Sakhour neighborhood of the rebel-held part of eastern Aleppo, Syria, Wednesday Sept. 21, 2016. Ibrahim Alhaj, a member of the volunteer first responders known as the Syria Civil Defense, said 24 people were killed in a series of bombings in several parts of the besieged city Aleppo on Wednesday. (Syrian Civil Defense White Helmets via AP)

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Emergency Patient Care in Syria Airstrikes

This photo released by the Syrian official news agency SANA, shows an injured girl on a bed in a hospital in the southern city of Daraa, Syria, Tuesday, Oct 11, 2016. Rebels fired rockets at government-held areas. One hit a primary school, killing six people among them five children and wounding 18 students, according to state-run news agency SANA. It said some of the wounded are in a serious condition. (SANA via AP)

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Emergency Patient Care in Syria Airstrikes

In this photo released by the Syrian official news agency SANA, an injured girl lies on a bed as she gets treatment in a hospital in the southern city of Daraa, Syria, Tuesday, Oct 11, 2016. Rebels fired rockets at government-held areas. One hit a primary school, killing six people among them five children and wounding 18 students, according to state-run news agency SANA. It said some of the wounded are in a serious condition. (SANA via AP)

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Emergency Patient Care in Syria Airstrikes

This photo released by the Syrian official news agency SANA, shows medical staff treating a girl in a hospital in the southern city of Daraa, Syria, Tuesday, Oct 11, 2016. Rebels fired rockets at government-held areas. One hit a primary school, killing six people among them five children and wounding 18 students, according to state-run news agency SANA. It said some of the wounded are in a serious condition. (SANA via AP)

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Emergency Patient Care in Syria Airstrikes

This photo released by the Syrian official news agency SANA, shows a girl on a stretcher as she lies in a hospital in the southern city of Daraa, Syria, Tuesday, Oct 11, 2016. Rebels fired rockets at government-held areas. One hit a primary school, killing six people among them five children and wounding 18 students, according to state-run news agency SANA. It said some of the wounded are in a serious condition. (SANA via AP)

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Emergency Patient Care in Syria Airstrikes

This Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2016 handout frame grab from video provided by Doctors Without Borders, shows a doctor checking medicines at a hospital in Aleppo, Syria. The international charity, Doctors Without Borders is pleading for access to treat the wounded in the rebel-held part of Syria's Aleppo as government forces press ahead with an offensive that has killed hundreds of people in recent weeks. The international charity, also known by its French acronym MSF, says medical workers in Aleppo are exhausted and that the overstretched facilities face an impending fuel shortage. (Doctors Without Borders via AP)