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Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Dozens of people are killed in two car bombings in Damascus and Hama

A bomb attack in a suburb of Damascus and other members against government forces in Hama (center) on Monday caused dozens of deaths and injuries in Syria , as the regime intensified its bombing rebel positions. In the district of Al Mezze, located in the southwest of the capital, killed at least eleven people and wounded dozens, including women and children, according to Syria's official news agency, Sana. The source reported that "a terrorist group" detonated an explosive device that had been previously placed on the underside of a vehicle. The bodies were taken to hospitals in Al Muasa and Al Shahid, who have treated wounded 31 and 24,respectively, some of them in serious condition. The blast, which also reported the opposition Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, causedsignificant damage to the cars parked in the vicinity, as well as buildings and shops in the area. Al Mezze in Damascus and other neighborhoods have been targeted in recent months numerous attacks that the Syrian regime has always blamed "terrorists" , and refers to the armed opposition. On 11 September, a strong explosion occurred in Al Mezze outside the headquarters of the Military Court of Damascus, while three days before a car bomb exploded in the neighborhood near the Ministry of Information. This Sunday, seven people were injured in a powerful explosion near the park headquarters Syrian Workers Union and nearby Damarose in the affluent suburb of Abu Rumaneh in the center of the capital.

Attack of the rebels in Hama

Meanwhile, the attack took place in Hama village of Talmeya to Rifeya where concentrate a large number of troops loyal to the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad , according to the information of opponents. The spokesman of the Revolutionary Union of Hama, Abu Qasim al Hamaui, said by telephone that the attack was perpetrated by a rebel brigade by the procedure of car bomb. Al Hamaui could not specify a number of fatalities, while the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights raised to fifty the regime troops dead and Sana agency totaled two provisional number of dead and ten wounded. The activist also said the rebels attacked a government checkpoint in the town of Al Siara in Hama, which caused several casualties among government. in the rest of the country, in this day continued fighting between insurgents and government forces, and the bombing of these on insurgency strongholds. In this sense, the Observatory said two dozen rebel fighters died in bombing the Syrian army against the people of Harem, in the northern province of Idleb. In this town, the General Commission of the Syrian Revolution reported, meanwhile, the death of twelve people , including eight rebels by bombing Mig fighter jet. Fighter attacks also caused 22 deaths in the village of Kafrnabel, Idleb, said an activist of the province identified as Abu Hamam. Politically, the Syrian opposition held a summit in Doha to address the growing loss of credibility of the Syrian National Council (CNS). The General Assembly of the CNS, composed of 220 members , has been meeting in the capital Sunday catarĂ­ to assess their economic and political strategy this week after the United States will withdraw from explicit recognition as sole representative of opposition. Meanwhile, the international mediator for Syria Lakhdar Brahimi, met last night in Cairo with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, whose government has vetoed in the Security Council of the UN any resolution condemning the regime in Damascus. This meeting was not achieved no concrete progress and Lavrov considered unnecessary a resolution on Syria in the Security Council, while expressing full support for the Egyptian initiative to form an international quartet to stop the Syrian crisis. The conflict that exists in Syria since March 2011 has caused about 27,000 deaths, while 2.5 million people need humanitarian aid and more than 250,000 have fled to neighboring countries, according to UN figures.

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