Kafer Takhareem (Syria), July 29 (IANS/AKI) At least two people were killed and three others were injured in an air strike on Friday at a maternity hospital supported by Save the Children in northwest Syria, the charity and its partners said.
Syria Relief, the aid agency that manages the hospital in Kafer Takhareem, said those killed were relatives of patients.
“We’re heartbroken & outraged by the attack on our partners’ maternity hospital in #Syria. Children must be protected,” Save the Children tweeted.
Save the Children said the bomb hit the entrance to the hospital, which is located in rural Idlib province.
It is not clear who carried out the attack.
The hospital is the biggest in the area, carrying out more than 300 deliveries a month and assisting over 1,350 women, according to Save the Children.