The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that several children were killed on Sunday after unidentified warplanes bombed the town of Douma killing scores of civilians.
The Syrian Civil Defense group reported that at least thirty five people were killed and hundreds were injured. The Free Syrian Army said that at least sixty people were killed.
The state news agency, SANA, reported that the majority of the victims killed in the bombing were primarily school children.
The Observatory said that warplanes bombed the town of Douma and that surface-to-surface missiles fired by the Syrian army also hit the surrounding areas, including Ghouta.