Over 90 deaths in Damascus massacre
(MENAFN) Syrian control group and paramedics declared the death of 98 people in the country side of Damascus, the Syrian capital, in fire attacks and blast against revolutionaries.
The Syrian fatalities in the allegedly district Eastern Ghouta reached its highest on Monday since 2015, according to the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
The so-called white helmets, the Syrian Civil Defense, stated that there are people who still buried under remains.
The massacre on Monday included 20 children and 15 women, the Observatory reported.
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