'Dozens of civilians have been killed and injured in the Damascus suburb of Jaramana, after terrorists attacked a local market in the mostly Christian and Druze neighborhood of East Ghouta.
At least 37 people were killed and another 35 wounded after terrorists contained in the Ein Tarma suburb of Damascus carried out a missile strike on Jaramana town in Eastern Ghouta, the Russian Defense Ministry said. The missile, launched at 6:15 pm local time on Tuesday, landed in the Kashkul market area of the suburb, traditionally made up of mostly Christian and Druze communities.
A chaotic video has emerged online, purportedly showing the aftermath of the attack. It shows large puddles of blood and rock rubble scattered across a road. RT has not been able to independently verify the authenticity of the footage and is not sharing it, due to its extremely graphic content.
“35 dead bodies have been delivered to the hospital following the rocket attack on the market in the Kashkul district of Jaramana,” SANA news agency reported earlier, citing Haysam Al-Husseini, the Damascus Hospital director.
Once again ignoring the daily humanitarian pause, terrorists resumed mortar attacks against the residential quarters of Damascus and its suburbs on Tuesday, the Russian Center for Reconciliation in Syria reported. At least five people died and another two were wounded following two separate “mortar shellings” of the Mezzeh municipality of Damascus.'
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