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People flee after airstrikes send huge plumes of smoke over Ghouta
In Ghouta, Syria, more than a hundred people were killed Feb. 19 by attacks from pro-government forces. Aid groups are calling it one of the bloodiest periods in the Syria's seven-year war.
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