BEIRUT - War planes struck twice on Friday on the outskirts of Syria's Douma, northeast of Damascus, the first raids there since a cessation of hostilities agreement went into effect, a monitoring group said.
Rami Abdulrahman from the Britain-based the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights which monitors the conflict, said the identity of the jets was not immediately clear. He also said no casualties were reported.
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