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27 reported dead in Damascus blasts

27 reported dead in Damascus blasts
Twenty seven civilians and members of the security forces have reportedly died following two explosions in the Syrian capital Damascus. It is thought the two blasts came from cars packed with explosives. They come two days after the anniversary of the uprising against the Assad regime.

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