A playground full of children in northern Syria has been bombed by a fighter jet with a napalm-like substance.
Eye witnesses described how a jet had passed the school Aleppo numerous times, as if it searching for a target, before it dropped the bomb.
At least 10 children were killed and many more were injured. A large number of those who survived had burns to more than 50 per cent of their bodies, meaning that they were more likely than not to die as well.
Both adults and children were arriving at a basic hospital, with their clothes burned from their bodies and their skin coated in a white substance.