GENEVA – The United Nations Tuesday to raise the alarm about a wave of displaced people from the Syrian enclave in East Ghouta. Estimated to be more than of 133,000 people within four weeks from the area have fled, where the UN aid agencies still do not have access.
About 45,000 of the idps reside in eight places in the countryside around Damascus. Approximately the same number of women, children and elderly men have the overcrowded shelters left after a screening by the government.
Since last week is the latest embattled enclave, the suburb of Douma in the region of Eastern Ghouta, the scene of fierce attacks. By a recent bout with possible poison gas would at least seventy people to the life.