It's time to take a stand against attacks on hospitals in war zones
We should not be silent as patients are slaughtered in their beds, writes Susan Mitchell
First we heard a blast. And then another blast.
These were the terrifying sounds that woke Dr Kathleen Thomas from sleep at 2am on October 3 last year.
She had grown accustomed to the sound of war, but this was different.
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