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A member of the Syrian Red Crescent inspect rubble searching for victims in the rebel-held area of Douma, east of the capital Damascus, following shelling and air raids by Syrian government forces on August 22, 2015. At  least 20 civilians and wounded or trapped 200 in Douma, a monitoring group said, just six days after regime air strikes killed more than 100 people and sparked international condemnation of one of the bloodiest government attacks in Syria's war.   AFP PHOTO / ABD DOUMANY        (Photo credit should read ABD DOUMANY/AFP/Getty Images)
A member of the Syrian Red Crescent inspect rubble searching for victims in the rebel-held area of Douma, east of the capital Damascus, following shelling and air raids by Syrian government forces on August 22, 2015. At  least 20 civilians and wounded or trapped 200 in Douma, a monitoring group said, just six days after regime air strikes killed more than 100 people and sparked international condemnation of one of the bloodiest government attacks in Syria's war.   AFP PHOTO / ABD DOUMANY        (Photo credit should read ABD DOUMANY/AFP/Getty Images)

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