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A car bomb hit Syria's second city Aleppo this morning, a day after two blasts in Damascus killed 28 people. At least 3 people are confirmed dead in today's attacks.
The government are blaming "terrorists" from the opposition for the attacks, whilst the opposition says the government is to blame.
Initial reports say 3 people have been killed and 25 injured in the explosion in the Syrian city of Aleppo - according to the Syrian Observatory For Human Rights.
Opposition sources say the car bomb in Aleppo hit an area close to a local security office. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the explosion had killed and injured people in the area but gave no estimate on the number of casualties.
Syrian State television says a car bomb has exploded in a residential area of the city of Aleppo.
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Syria's second city of Aleppo was hit by a car bomb this morning, a day after twin blasts in Damascus killed 28 people.