(CNN) -- A series of deadly explosions rocked parts of Damascus Saturday with some of the targets being Syrian government facilities, witnesses and state television reported. At least 27 people were killed and 97 others were wounded in two blasts, state TV reported, quoting Syrian Health Minister Wael Halki.The state-run Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) said early indications were that two booby-trapped cars exploded in crowded areas.
Two huge explosions tore through the Syrian capital Damascus, leaving dozens dead and up to 100 wounded in an attack which officials and state television blamed on al-Qaida suicide bombers. Opposition activists however pointed the f... Read Post
More than 40 people have been killed and 170 wounded in two powerful explosions in the Syrian capital Damascus. State television said the "terrorist bombings" targeted an area that houses a military intelligence complex as employees... Read Post