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Air Strike Kills Children In Eastern Ghouta School
- Mar 22, 2018 -

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The opposition National Coalition for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces posted a photo online purportedly showing 

the aftermath.It showed rescue workers standing underneath a large hole in the ceiling, from which several destroyed pillars 

were dangling.The coalition alleged that the school had been deliberately targeted by Russian aircraft, and that they were 

responsible for a "massacre".There was no immediate comment from the Russian military, but it has previously denied carrying 

out air strikes on civilians and civilian infrastructure.The pro-opposition Orient News website reported that at least 20 civilians 

were killed in a similar attack on another basement shelter in the nearby town of Zamalka on Monday. It blamed "new Russian 

missiles, which can penetrate several floors to reach underground locations".

 

Orient News and opposition activists also said the town of Douma - which is in the northern pocket controlled by the Jaysh 

alIslam rebel group - had been attacked with incendiary munitions filled with white phosphorous.

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Raad Al Hussein said on Monday that the government's siege had 

"involved pervasive war crimes, the use of chemical weaponry, enforced starvation as a weapon of warfare, and the denial 

of essential and life-saving aid - culminating in the current relentless, month-long bombardment of hundreds of thousands of 

terrified, trapped civilians"."Families are now streaming out of the area, but many civilians fear reprisals will be taken against 

them for their perceived support for opposition groups," he warned.

 

Seventy per cent of those who have so far fled on foot are women and children, according to Unicef. Many are in a very poor 

state of health, with children suffering malnutrition, scabies, diarrhoea and respiratory infections.

The UN refugee agency (UNHCR) said the makeshift collective shelters set up for the thousands of families fleeing 

was "extremely congested and overcrowded and lack basic sanitation", and warned of serious health risks.

"These people left with nothing and they need essentially everything from clothes to shelter," spokesman Andrej Mahecic told 

reporters in Geneva.

 

The agencies also expressed concern about the 104,000 people who have been uprooted from their homes by the battle 

between Turkish-backed rebel forces and a Kurdish militia for the north-western border region of Afrin.


A UN team that visited the nearby government-held town of Nubl on Monday found exhausted refugees who had trekked for 

hours through the mountains to escape. Local mosques and schools are now full of newly displaced people.


In a separate development, militants from the jihadist group Islamic State (IS) seized control of the Qadam district in southern 

Damascus late on Monday, after days of fighting that left 36 soldiers and militiamen dead, according to the SOHR.

IS has long held the neighbouring Hajr al-Aswad district and Yarmouk Palestinian refugee camp.The conflict in Syria, which 

entered its eighth year last Thursday, has killed more than 350,000 people and displaced more than 11 million others.

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