Reports: 30 People Killed in Eastern Ghouta, as Assad Tours Front Lines

HeadlineMar 19, 2018

In more news from Syria, war monitors report at least 30 people were killed on Saturday amid the ongoing Syrian government’s bombing and ground offensive against Eastern Ghouta, outside the capital Damascus. Thousands of civilians have been fleeing the assault on the suburb, which is controlled by rebel groups. On Sunday, Syrian state TV broadcast video of Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad visiting troops on the front lines in Eastern Ghouta.

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