The Houla massacre (Arabic: مجزرة الحولة) was an attack that took place on 25 May 25 2012, in the of Taldou, in the Houla Region of Syria, northwest of Homs. According to the United Nations, 108 people were killed, including 34 women and 49 children. In August 2012 UN investigators released a report which stated that it was likely that Syrian troops and Shabiha militia were responsible for the massacre.
Guernica 37 co-founder Toby Cadman speaks to Al Jazeera about the consequences of the attack and the action that must be taken by the international community.
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