From 2012 to 2016, Aleppo the largest city in Syria, suffered thousands of lives lost in a major military confrontation during the ongoing Syrian Civil War.
According to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, "crimes of historic proportions" were being committed in the city during the 2016 Syrian government offensive. Not only were hundreds of thousands of residents displaced by the fighting, an estimated 31,000 people were killed as a result.
Many of those casualties were civilians and children who had no where else to run when the fighting broke out.
One such casualty was a young woman named Mayissa, she had been seriously injured by a bomb and her unborn child was in distress.
In August 2016, a camera crew captures the incredible work the doctors of Aleppo were forced to do as bombs rained down around them.