A picture taken on February 20, 2018 shows a Russian-made Syrian army attack helicopter dropping a payload over the rebel-held town of Arbin, in the besieged Eastern Ghouta region on the outskirts of the capital Damascus. / AFP / Amer ALMOHIBANY
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The deadly Syrian quagmire remains mired in hypocrisy, disinformation, political duplicity and blood, with the unfolding massacre in Ghouta in recent days claiming around 100 lives, half of them children.The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights described Monday as the deadliest day in Ghouta since 2015 .The questions that the world community, the superpowers and the United Nations must ask themselves are: Where does Syria go from here?Will these powers simply sit and watch as Syria's history is written in blood?
Crossing red lines
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