Aleppo has lost its last bastion of humanity: Death toll from air strike on hospital rises to 50 including six medics – as second medical facility is struck in rebel-held region of besieged city WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT  Several people including at least one nurse have been injured in air strike on a clinic treating chronic illnesses Comes after 30 people were killed – including two doctors – when air strikes hit the Al Quds hospital in the city Attack condemned by world leaders with Secretary of State John Kerry saying it appeared to be deliberate strike

The death toll from the bombing of a hospital and nearby buildings in Aleppo has risen to 50 including six medical staff and patients, it emerged today.

Doctors Without Borders (MSF), which ran the Al-Quds hospital, said the attack had destroyed one of the last remaining places in Aleppo in which you could still find humanity.

It came as a second medical facility was struck by an air strike in a rebel-held district of the city today, wounding several people including at least one nurse. 

MSF warned that the 250,000 residents in the rebel-held parts of Aleppo are in danger of being completely cut off and left without medical care. 

Muskilda Zancada, head of MSFs Syria mission, said the sky is falling in Aleppo. 

Syrians carry a body on a stretcher amid the rubble of buildings after an air strike on the rebel-held neighbourhood of Al-Qatarji in Aleppo

Syrians carry an injured man amid the rubble of destroyed buildings after air strikes on Aleppo that also targeted a medical facility

A Syrian family runs for cover amid the rubble in the rebel-held neighbourhood of Al-Qatarji in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo

Earlier this week, 30 people were killed – including two doctors – when air strikes hit the Al-Quds hospital and a nearby block of flats in the rebel-held Sukkari neighbourhood. 

The attack on the hospital, which is supported by Doctors Without Borders (MSF), has been roundly condemned by world leaders, including US Secretary of State John Kerry who said it appeared to be a deliberate strike.  

More than 200 civilians have been killed in Aleppo over the past week as rebels have pounded government-held neighbourhoods with rocket and artillery fire and the regime has hit rebel areas with air raids.