The medical charity Doctors Without Borders has said a hospital in Maaret al-Numan was destroyed by four missiles fired a few minutes apart. Another hospital in the town was also hit. In the town of Azaz, missiles struck a children's hospital.
US Ambassador Nikki Haley has said the US remains "prepared to act" to end chemical attacks and "inhuman suffering" in Syria. She also circulated a draft UN ceasefire resolution to replace an earlier "failed" truce.
Russian- and Turkish-backed offensives at two separate locations in Syria have caused tens of thousands of civilians to leave their homes in search of safety. The eight-year Syrian war shows no signs of abating.
After two weeks of intense siege in eastern Ghouta, the first aid convoy has arrived. But Syrian authorities reportedly stripped the trucks of important medical supplies.
Several civilians were being treated for "suffocation" after airstrikes in rebel-held areas in northern Syria. The Syrian government denied US accusations last week it had used chemical weapons on opposition forces.
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