Syria – Death Toll From Twin Bombings On A Religious Shrine In The Capital Damascus Has Risen To 74

Umayyad Mosque, Damascus

The death toll from twin bombings on a religious shrine in the capital Damascus has risen to 74, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. Most of the dead were Iraqi Shi’ite pilgrims. Images from the scene showed several wrecked tourist buses, with eyeglasses, shoes, cellphones and a mangled wheelchair scattered in the blood-stained wreckage.…

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