Report: Bombs damage 2 gas pipelines in Syria

AMMAN - Residents said bomb explosions damaged two minor gas pipelines in eastern Syria on Wednesday, in what they said was the first attack on oil infrastructure since the four month uprising against the rule of President Bashar Assad.
The overnight explosions occurred in a heavily guarded area in al-Tayana and Busaira regions east of the provincial capital of Deir al-Zor, near the border with Iraq's Sunni heartland, said the sources in the tribal province, which has been witnessing large demonstrations denouncing Assad's autocratic rule
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