Sky News
June 10, 2013

Two bombs have killed 14 people in Damascus amid reports that a 14-year-old boy was executed in front of his family by Islamist militiamen accusing him of blasphemy.

The twin bombings in central Damascus appeared to target a police station.

They exploded in Marjeh Square, located in the heart of the Syrian capital, which has been rocked several times by bombings during the two-year-old uprising against President Bashar al Assad.

At least 30 people were injured.

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