Hamouria, Syria—A rescue worker tries to save two men engulfed in flames during a bombing in the Eastern Ghouta region on March 7. In recent weeks, attacks by the Syrian regime in the rebel-held area have killed more than 1,000 and wounded several thousand, according to Doctors Without Borders.Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
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