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20 Syrians killed, 70 injured in air raids on Damascus outskirts.

AMMAN, April 13 (KUNA) -- Twenty Syrian civilians, mostly women and children, were killed and 70 others injured in air raids launched by the Syrian regime on the main market of Doma city at outskirts of Damascus, the Syrian Revolution General Commission (SRGC) said Sunday.

The death toll could rise because some of the injured children suffered severe wounds they sustained during the air strikes, SRGC said in a report.

It added that two children died due to lack of food and medicine in Doma.

Furthermore, one civilian was killed and dozens injured in another Syrian government's air strike against Saraqeb city, northwestern Syria, group of activist said, adding that the regime launched another airstrike on Mleiha city outside Damascus. (end)

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Date:Apr 14, 2014
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