Beirut, June 20 (QNA) – At least 34 people were killed Friday when a car bomb exploded in a government-controlled village in the central Syrian province of Hama, state media reported.
Syrian SANA news agency said that more than 50 people were wounded in the attack in al-Horra village.
A source at Hama police command told SANA that “terrorists blew up a truck loaded with about three tonnes of explosive materials which caused the destruction of a large number of houses and buildings in the village.” The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said 38 people were killed, including civilians and security personnel, and more than 40 others wounded.(QNA)
QNA 1034 GMT 2014/06/20