At least four killed in suspected suicide attack in Syrian capital

By REUTERS
January 12, 2017 21:21

 
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AMMAN  - A powerful blast caused by a suspected suicide bomber hit a heavily policed district of the Syrian capital on Thursday with reports of at least four killed, state television said.

It flashed that a suicide bomber may have hit the Kafr Sousa neighborhood where some of Syria's main security installations are located. It gave no further details.

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