Unrelenting air strikes on the rebel-held stronghold of Eastern Ghouta in Syria have claimed dozens more lives.
The U.N. Security Council hopes to vote Saturday on a ceasefire in Syria, after failing to agree for two straight days.
In the meantime, Turkey’s Foreign Minister has challenged Syria on government-associated attacks near Damascus and in northern Syria.
CGTN’s Michal Bardavid reports from Istanbul.
Edmund Ghareeb discusses the UN’s vote delay over crisis in eastern Ghouta
Edmund Ghareeb, a specialist in Middle East Affairs, spoke with CGTN’s Elaine Reyes about the recent crisis in Syria, and the UN’s delay in voting for a ceasefire.