Suicide bomber hits Syrian govt-held Hama

October 3, 2016 15:04

BEIRUT - A suicide bomber detonated an explosive belt in the Syrian government-held city of Hama on Monday, causing injuries, the Syrian state news agency SANA reported, citing a police source.

The attack targeted a square in the city's al-Hader district. A separate report on Syrian state TV station said the attack involved what it described as two terrorist explosions, and there were initial reports of fatalities and wounded.

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