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Victims of the Syrian army and allied forces in bombings in Hama and Damascus

2 explosive devices exploded this morning, while a military overnight bus was passing at the "President's Bridge" in Damascus killing 14 people most of them soldiers.

Victims of the Syrian army and allied forces in bombings in Hama and Damascus

2 explosive devices exploded this morning, while a military overnight bus was passing at the “President’s Bridge” in Damascus killing 14 people most of them soldiers.

The sources reported that exactly at 6:45 pm this morning, during the passage of a military overnight bus near the President’s Bridge, it was targeted by a terrorist with 2 explosive devices that were previously attached to the bus, which led to the death of 14 people and the fall of a number of wounded, as the engineering units elements a 3rd bomb fell from the same bus after the explosion.

Sources of the Syrian Documentation Center reported that Damascus workshops cleaned the road from the effects of the bombing, and the road connecting between the Umayyad Square and the President’s Bridge was opened, while the Minister of Interior Major General Muhammad Khaled al-Rahmoun said that the bombing took place after the defeat of terrorist from most of the Syrian territory.

Al-Rahmoun added that, whoever resorted and planned this cowardly method wanted to harm the largest number of citizens.

In another incident, 6 members of the auxiliary forces of the army were killed today, as an ammunition depot exploded in Hama.

Sources of the Syrian Documentation Center reported that the explosion that took place in an ammunition depot near the “Hama-Homs” road was caused by a technical error and not a terrorist act, adding that it killed 6 members, and wounded 2 others.

It’s noteworthy that the Syrian army buses were subjected to several previous attacks with explosive devices, especially in Daraa in the south, in addition to the attacks that were targeting them in the desert by ISIS.

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