eastern ghouta

The sieges "are testaments to the impotence of the international community,” a new Siege Watch report states.
Hundreds of unexploded cluster bombs dropped by Syrian government forces in and around Eastern Ghouta since 2012 pose a deadly
Violence, poverty and displacement have affected millions of Syrian children, sometimes forcing them to become the sole providers
U.S. officials believe it to be too risky but sending aid airdrops is necessary to help Syrians, especially in the besieged Eastern city of Deir Ezzor, where thousands of Syrians are starving.