BEIRUT - At least 128 people were killed in shelling by Syrian forces in the city of Homs, the Syrian Observatory For Human Rights said on Saturday.
"At least 128 people were killed in Homs, of them 112 were killed in Khalidya (district of Homs)," Rami Abdulrahman, head of the British-based group, told Reuters, citing witnesses.
It was not possible to verify activist or state media reports as Syria restricts access for independent media.
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