The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says 80 civilians - including seven children - were killed in regime strikes in eastern Ghouta on Monday. 300 people were wounded. The monitor says it's the highest death toll in a single day since a UN Security Council resolution for a ceasefire was adopted. Regime air raids on Monday also forced the withdrawal of a Red Cross convoy that was trying to deliver aid to the besieged enclave. Joseph Hayat has this report.