As reported by the London-based organization The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, at least 14 people were killed on the territory located near the southern enclave of Eastern ghouta in the bombing of the Syrian regime.
According to this information, the Syrian air force used «barrel bombs» — a primitive explosive devices dropped from helicopters. The biggest damage done to the city Jamuria, it killed 10 people.
It is also claimed that the Syrian army and its allies captured about a third of the enclave on the territory of which is home to about 400,000 people. The government offensive led to a mass Exodus of residents from the combat zone.
The blow was struck at a time when in Eastern ghouta came the first convoy of humanitarian assistance, operating under UN auspices. After the adoption of the resolution on «humanitarian pauses» the Assad regime has tightened the attack on the enclave.