' Blank press release because no words for '
Geert C, Regional Director of Unicef Middle East and North Africa, set in a completely empty mail: "no single word can do justice to the killed children, their mothers, their fathers and their loved ones." UNICEF still at the bottom explains: "we have no more words to the suffering of children and to describe our indignation. Those who have this suffering still words to justify these barbaric acts? "
The immediate cause is the extreme violence and the huge Bodycount in Eastern Ghouta, but the anger and concern about the situation in the whole of Syria, says a spokesman for the Dutch branch of Unicef. The continuing shelling and bombing by Government forces of the Syrian rebel enclave East Ghouta have since the weekend for hundreds of people. Thousands of families are in danger, warn many aid agencies and the United Nations.