I just watched a doctor in Syria who is trying to rescue his one patient unconscious with a brain injury, and another with a leg injury, in a makeshift clinic. He was using a nasogastric tube to drain the blood in the skull of brain injured man. Eventually he couldnt keep his tears from falling Both have to be delivered to a real hospital as soon as possible to get them live and to keep the leg from amputation. One another patient was begging "Please, please, all of the countries, get involved!"
To be a doctor in a well-equiped setting is delicious, but to be a doctor in that ground must be a real torture.. you know what to do, you need just a little thing, a detail, drug, or equipment to rescue, or to deliver the patient to a proper setting, but you just watch him or her dying, hands tied, because of the heavy shelling of the army outside..
And still Russia and China can oppose for the sanctions against Syria. Bravo! If the Syrian government wouldnt be that harsh on his own people, there would be a chance for a solution, but I am afraid its going to a very bloody, very brutal war in the whole region in a very very near future.