More than 60,000 people have now been killed during the uprising and civil war in Syria, the United Nations has estimated.
The figure is far higher than previously thought and already out of date, with a government air force attack on a petrol station in a rebel held area of Damascus reported to have killed dozens more since the UN announcement was made.
ITV News's Paul Davies has this report, which contains distressing pictures:
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