50 killed in deadly Damascus blasts
AT least 50 people have been killed by two powerful explosions that ripped through Damascus. Yesterday’s bombings are the deadliest attack on the Syrian capital since the country’s uprising began 14 months ago. There was no immediate claim of responsibility. The explosions heavily damaged a military intelligence building and left blood and human remains in the streets. The blasts happened at about 7:50 am, when employees are usually arriving at work.