Number of dead increases in East Guta
More than 100 people lost their lives in attacks on the eastern Guta region, located at the east of Damascus, Syria's capital.
More than 100 people lost their lives in the attacks carried out by Russian-backed Assad regime on the opposition-held Eastern, east of Syria's capital Damascus.
The UK-based Syrian Human Rights Observatory noted that civilians, including women and children, were targeted.
Civilian defense forces, which are continuing their search and rescue efforts, said the number of dead could increase.
The Damascus administration, arguing that the attacks on East Guta, which is about 400 thousand people living in under a suffocating regime-imposed siege and which is declared one of the de-escalation areas in Astana agreements, is not aimed at civilians claimed that only armed dissidents were targeted.
Jens Laerke, spokesperson of the Office of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Assistance (OCHA) in Geneva was in the call to end the conflicts to ensure the delivery of humanitarian aid to the country.
In the region, where the humanitarian crisis deepened, hundreds urgently, more than a thousand wounded civilians are expected to be evacuated. Many of the babies and children of East Guta lost their life struggle against hunger and lack of medicine.