Syria’s war: Scores dead after air strikes on Ghouta

At least 19 people, including six children, are believed to have been killed in rebel-held parts of Damascus following government air strikes.

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    A video has emerged from Syria showing children being rescued from rebel-held parts of Damascus, following government air strikes.

    At least 19 people, including six children, are believed to have been killed in the bombardment.

    As the fighting continues, rebel factions have announced a united front to stop the Assad government's advance.

    Al Jazeera's Osama Bin Javaid reports.


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