(MSF) – Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) demands that the Syrian and allied governments stop the bombing that is causing a bloodbath among civilians in the city. On 28 September, just hours before the UNSC met to discuss the implementation of resolution 2286 on the protection of medical facilities, two more MSF-supported hospitals were seriously damaged by bombing and went out of service. “Bombs are raining from Syria-led coalition planes and the whole of east Aleppo has become a giant kill box. The Syrian government must stop the indiscriminate bombing; and Russia as an indispensable political and military ally of Syria has the responsibility to exert the pressure to stop this,” says Xisco Villalonga, director of operations at MSF. According to the Directorate of Health in east Aleppo, from 21 to 26 September, those hospitals that are still functional in Aleppo reported receiving more than 822 wounded, including at least 221 children, and more than 278 dead bodies of which at least 96 were children.