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'We needs deeds, not words': bombs rain down on Aleppo as MPs debate Syria

On the day Westminster discusses a no-fly zone over the country’s skies, rebel-held Aleppo faces ‘hellish day’ of more airstrikes As British MPs debated the crisis in Syria, and possible ways to end the bloodshed, the medics and rescue teams of east Aleppo were going about their grim daily task of picking through rubble left by airstrikes and patching up survivors. “Sorry for being late, but there was a massacre,” said Hamza Khatib, one of the handful of medics still working in rebel-held Aleppo, speaking to the Guardian on a brief break from patching up victims of the morning’s bombing raids.
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