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Airstrikes in Eastern Ghouta

Updated 10:58 AM ET, Fri February 23, 2018
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Medics tend to a baby as a child cries next to them at a makeshift clinic in Douma, Syria, on Thursday, February 23. More than 400 civilians have been killed this week in Syria's rebel-held Eastern Ghouta region, according to the head of the region's health department on Friday, February 23. Syrian regime forces have been pounding Eastern Ghouta with shells, mortars and bombs. HAMZA AL-AJWEH/AFP/Getty Images
A man rescues a child after a reported airstrike in the rebel-held town of Hamouria on Wednesday, February 21. Syria says it is targeting terrorists in Eastern Ghouta. ABDULMONAM EASSA/AFP/Getty Images
Members of a Syrian civil-defense team rescue a man in Hamouria on February 21. ABDULMONAM EASSA/AFP/Getty Images
A woman and children run for cover after bombing in Hamouria on Monday, February 19. ABDULMONAM EASSA/AFP/Getty Images
An injured child cries as he receives treatment at a makeshift hospital in Hamouria on February 19. ABDULMONAM EASSA/AFP/Getty Images
A man carries an injured victim amid the rubble of buildings. ABDULMONAM EASSA/AFP/Getty Images
A boy waits to receive medical treatment at a field hospital on February 19. Ammar Al Bushy/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images
Injured children are treated at a hospital in Douma. MOHAMMED BADRA/EPA-EFE
A wounded boy receives treatment in Douma following airstrikes on the village of Mesraba. HAMZA AL-AJWEH/AFP/Getty Images
A man carries an infant he rescued from the rubble in Hamouria on February 19. ABDULMONAM EASSA/AFP/Getty Images
Injured children are treated at a hospital in Douma. MOHAMMED BADRA/EPA-EFE
Ghaith, a wounded 12-year-old boy, cries as he waits for treatment -- and news of his mother in the operating room -- at a makeshift hospital in Kafr Batna. They were hurt in airstrikes on the town of Jisreen. AMMAR SULEIMAN/AFP/Getty Images
Children cry at a makeshift hospital in Douma. HAMZA AL-AJWEH/AFP/Getty Images
A man weeps over his child, who was killed in the Mesraba airstrikes. HAMZA AL-AJWEH/AFP/Getty Images