(Medecins Sans Frontieres) – Al Zahraa hospital was this week the latest hospital to be damaged by an airstrike in besieged east Aleppo, where 250,000 people are now trapped in an increasingly unsustainable situation. The medical facility was hit during the bombing on Tuesday evening and had to stop activities after doors, windows and an electricity generator were destroyed. Fortunately, there were no human losses. “We are under attack almost every day. All health facilities in the city have been affected. We do what we can and we use what we have to provide care to people trapped in the city,” says physiotherapist Mustafa Karaman, a volunteer at an MSF-supported hospital that was last hit in August. “In the city life has become almost impossible,” adds Karaman. “We as medical staff cannot go and leave our people behind.”