On Monday, an initial count recorded that two explosions had killed two people and injured two more in the town of al-Darkhabiya in Rural Damascus.
According to pro-government media, unidentified assailants detonated two explosive devices on Monday morning in the town, killing two youths and injuring two others. The wounded were taken to the town’s hospital for medical treatment.
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“Two explosive devices were detonated. One device was attached to a car in the town, while the other exploded near the scene,” said Ayman Najjar, the pro-Damascus mayor.
Preliminary information indicates that two people were killed and two others injured in the bombings, he said.
On April 4th, one colonel was killed and another injured when an explosive device exploded in a car on the southern highway in Damascus.
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