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Bombing Kills At Least 20 At Kurdish Wedding In Syria

AMMAN, Oct 3 (Reuters) - A bomb killed at least 20 people at a Kurdish wedding in the northeast Syrian city of Hasaka on Monday, a Kurdish militia and a monitoring group said, while state media said the casualties had risen to at least 30 dead. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said 22 died in the blast, adding that many of the wounded were in a critical condition.
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