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Over 30 killed in car bombing in western Syria

News | 22.01.2013 | 10:40
Over 30 people have been killed and many injured in a car bombing in the town of Salmiyeh in the western Syrian governorate of Hama.

The blast, which occurred on Monday, targeted a building in the heart of Salmiyeh and left 30 people dead and many others injured, AFP reported.

Medical sources say they expect the death toll to rise to well over 50, adding that some of the injured are in critical condition.

There has been no letup in the fierce clashes between Syrian security forces and foreign-backed militant groups.

Meanwhile, the leaders of the so-called Syrian National Council were unable to form a “transitional government” at a meeting in Istanbul on Monday.

On January 6, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad stated that Damascus was always ready to hold talks with the opposition and political parties and that he would call for a “comprehensive national dialogue” after the terrorist activities stopped.

The Syrian president also urged “concerned states and parties” to stop funding, arming, and harboring militants.

Syria has been experiencing unrest since mid-March 2011. Many people, including large numbers of security personnel, have been killed in the violence.

The Syrian government says the chaos is being orchestrated from outside the country, and there are reports that a very large number of the militants fighting the Syrian government are foreign nationals.

And several international human rights organizations have accused the foreign-sponsored militants of committing war crimes.

Press TV

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    Nikolai BOBKIN

Taliban’s Capture of Kunduz Sends Afghanistan Back to 2001

The capture of  Kunduz is the Taliban movement’s greatest military success since 2001, and the fact that the Taliban held on to Afghanistan’s fifth largest city for several days is already being referred to as a turning point in the US and NATO’s 14-year war in Afghanistan. Against this background, President Obama’s decision regarding the final withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan by the end of 2016 is being perceived by many Afghans as a betrayal. America is sentencing the country to an escalation of the civil war...

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