Syria: Twin Suicide Blasts Hit South of Damascus

BEIRUT (AP) - Violence in Syria's civil war is spiking today, with two car bomb explosions reported in southern Syria and a rocket slamming into a building in the north.

Syrian state TV says rebels linked to al-Qaida group detonated cars filled with explosives near a mosque.

At least 12 people are reported dead in the latest attacks.

Syrian state media blame rebel fighters trying to topple President Bashar Assad.


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