The deaths of dozens of Syrian security men in apparent double suicide car bomb attacks were caused by the explosion on the second vehicle, an opposition watchdog said.
The first car drove into a military camp in Deraa and exploded, followed by the second vehicle, the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said. The information office, which is opposed to the Assad-led Government, said that the detonation of the second vehicle caused the casualties.
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