Syrian opposition activists and residents of Damascus say the city and its embattled eastern suburbs are relatively calm following the U.N. Security Council's unanimous approval of a resolution demanding a 30-day cease-fire across Syria.
The activists reported few violations, including some clashes, on the southern edge of the rebel-held suburbs, known as eastern Ghouta, and two airstrikes late on Saturday, shortly after the resolution was adopted.
The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Sunday no deaths have been reported since the resolution passed.
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Ghouta-based opposition activist Anas al-Dimashqi says the night was calm but warplanes and drones are still flying over rebel-held areas.
Damascus residents say there's more traffic in the streets, compared with previous days.
The resolution calls on all parties to immediately lift sieges of populated areas.