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Eastern Ghouta

15 Apr 2018
The Syrian army on Saturday declared the recovery of the Douma district, the last rebel bastion in the Eastern Ghouta countryside of Damascus, after the evacuation of rebels and their families, according to the state news agency SANA.
27 Feb 2018
Eastern Ghouta was again bombarded by pro-government and Russian warplanes, bringing the two-day death toll in the region to 44, despite the UN Security Council's unanimous approval of a resolution demanding a 30-day cease-fire across Syria.
14 Jan 2018
Amateur videos appear to show clashes between rebels and Syrian government forces in Hama, White Helmets rescuing injured in Eastern Ghouta.
6 Jan 2018
At least 30 civilians killed when suspected Russian jets dropped bombs on residential area in besieged Eastern Ghouta.
3 Dec 2017
Video released on social media appears to show aftermath of air strikes in Eastern Ghouta.

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