Four mortar shells hit the historic Old City of Syria's capital Damascus today, wounding several people and damaging an Armenian church, state news channel El Ikhbariya reported.
Damascus's Old City, a world heritage site, has escaped the worst of the fighting, but has been damaged by a number of clashes and stray shells.
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