4 civilians killed by Syrian Air strikes
(MENAFN)A monitor said that Syrian government killed at least four civilians, including a child, in a rebel-held town in a "De-escalation zone" outside the capital Damascus on Thursday, through air strikes.
The town of Douma, in the Eastern Ghouta region was the place where the strikes went down, where the truce deal agreed by Iran and Russia and rebel backer Turkey has been made since July.
The Syrian government was still bombarding the area in recent days, despite the deal.
Humanitarian groups have feared a malnutrition crisis in the area that is besieged by the government.
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