Syrian boy documents destruction of eastern Ghouta
Muhammad Najem has posted videos showing the everyday reality of the civil war in Syria.
With the United Nations attempting to secure a cease-fire in the rebel-held enclave of eastern Ghouta in Syria, one child has been documenting the destruction of his home.
Muhammad Najem, whose social media accounts identify him as a 15-year-old living in eastern Ghouta, has posted a number of videos showing the everyday reality of the civil war in Syria.
In one video a bomb can be seen going off in a neighbourhood behind him as he speaks to the camera.
In a call for help, he says to the camera in English: "Now you have seen footage of how they kill us.
"We will continue uploading to you to feel guilty.
"We are killed by your silence.
"Bashar al-Assad, Putin and Khomeini killed our childhood.
"Save us before it is too late."