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Triple suicide car bombings kill 8 in Damascus, Syria


PUBLISHED Sun, July 02, 2017 - 10:24am EDT


At least eight people were killed when three cars went off in the capital city of Damascus, Syria, on Sunday morning. The residents of Damascus woke up to the rattling sound, which later turned out to be the explosions of three suicide car bombs. James Valles reporting. (BNO News)





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