CNN Wire Staff
April 24, 2012
Reports of carnage and widespread violence in Syria continue to grow despite the U.N. Security Council’s agreement to boost the number of monitors in the country.
A huge explosion rocked central Damascus on Tuesday, according to the opposition Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. The group had no immediate information on possible casualties.
Syria said a bomb was attached to a car and injured the driver. On state-run news agency SANA, the country blamed an “armed terrorist group.” The attack took place in the neighborhood of Merja, SANA said.
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