WATCH: The struggle to survive in Eastern Ghouta - Syria's last rebel stronghold
Inhabitants of Eastern Ghouta have endured suffering in every form since the siege began in 2013
Eastern Ghouta is one of the final rebel-held areas in Syria. Near Damascus, it is a battle-scarred region that has been under near-daily bombardment and a crippling government siege since 2013.
It is strategically vital to president Bashar Al Assad. Despite residents facing a humanitarian crisis, rebels controlling the region have been able to use it as a base for attacks on the capital.
Updated: January 8, 2018 02:38 PM