In Eastern Ghouta, the hotly contested and insurgent-controlled area near the Syrian capital, Damascus, is Tuesday morning a temporary cease-fire commenced. According to the Syrian Observatory for human Rights (SOHR), the rest have largely returned.
Russian president Vladimir Putin Monday, a daily humanitarian file from 08.00 to 13.00 hours, Belgian time welded. That pause in the hostilities must be given to the needy people in the region. In addition, a corridor open to citizens must allow the road to hit.
Critics find that the cease-fire was much too short. In addition people have fear for the government forces when they leave the city.
Saturday had the Security council of the United Nations an immediate cease-fire of thirty days in Syria welded. But this remained a dead letter.
Eastern Ghouta, the last nine days of the heaviest wave of attacks since the beginning of the civil war seven years ago. According to the SOHR has the last-ditch effort to at least 560 civilians killed. Almost 400,000 people are secluded from the outside world.