A hospital built under 20m of rock in a rebel-held part of central Syria has been wrecked by a powerful air strike.
The Union of Medical Care and Relief Organizations (UOSSM), an international coalition of medical charities said the Al Maghara cave hospital in the town of Kafr Zita was hit by five missiles.
Medical sources say the hospital in Hama province regarded as one of the best protected in the country was put out of service by yesterday’s strike.
No casualties are reported but aid workers say it is the worst in a wave of attacks against hospitals in Syria.
Meanwhile, the UN says aid is no longer getting through to besieged areas.