Syrian forces committed a "massacre" in suburban Damascus on Monday, a day after 110 people died across the country, opposition activists said.
Regime forces killed at least 10 people at the entrance of Jdeidet Artouz early Monday, but residents are unable to reach the bodies because "regime forces have been firing at anything that moves," the opposition Local Coordination Committees of Syria said. The LCC reported 17 people killed throughout Syria on Monday.
Similar tales of horror have emerged across the country.
On Sunday, the besieged Syrian city of Homs faced new terror as pro-regime forces executed 10 young men in the dissident stronghold, opposition activists said.
Forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad stormed the Shammas neighborhood of Homs and gathered 350 young men in the square of a mosque, said the Syrian National Council, an umbrella opposition group.FULL STORY