State media: Car bomb blast at police building in Damascus

By REUTERS
October 7, 2012 20:01

 
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BEIRUT - A car bomb exploded near a police headquarters in the Syrian capital Damascus on Sunday, state media and opposition activists said.

State television said one person was wounded in what it called a "terrorist car bombing." The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said people had been killed and wounded but gave no details. Nearby buildings were badly damaged, it said.

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