Syrian activists say President Bashar Assad's forces are pressing on with a military offensive today in the rebel-held eastern Damascus suburbs.

Victims being treated in Syria (CNN)

It's where the opposition says government forces attacked yesterday with chemical weapons, killing more than 100 people.

There's no word on casualties in today's bombing.

UN calls for investigation of Syria chemical weapons attack allegations

BEIRUT (AP) — Video shows rows of bodies lying on the floor, wrapped in white cloths, including the bodies of more than a dozen children.

Activists say at least 130 people were killed in Syria Wednesday when government forces unleashed toxic gas near the capital Damascus.

The government denies the claims.

But the Obama administration is asking the U.N. to "urgently" investigate the allegations.