A deadly air strike has hit a maternity hospital supported by Save the Children in the north-west of Syria. Two people have been killed and three others have been injured.
Syria Relief, the aid agency that controls the hospital, said those killed were relatives of patients.
According to Save the Children, the bom which came from an air strike, hit the entrance to the hospital in rural Idlib province.
Images show part of the building in Kafer Takhareem destroyed. It is not clear who are behind the attack.
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Save the Children reveals that the hospital is the largest in the vicinity and conducts out over 300 deliveries monthly.
UK-based monitoring group the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said a nearby civil defence building was also damaged.