Syrian Foreign Ministry urges UN to condemn deadly Suicide Bombings in Homs

Syrian Foreign Ministry has urged UN Security Council to condemn the "Barbaric" suicide bombing episodes that rocked two intelligence headquarters in Homs

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Damascus, Feb 25, 2017: The Syrian Foreign Ministry on Saturday urged the UN Security Council to condemn the deadly suicide bombings that rocked the country’s central province of Homs and killed 42 people.

The foreign ministry condemned as “barbaric” the bombings that rocked two intelligence headquarters in Homs, urging the UN to condemn it as well and to double the efforts to eradicate terrorism, state news agency SANA reported.

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It stressed that such terrorist acts would not dissuade the Syrian army from carrying on with its campaign against the terror groups in Syria, which, it said, poses a threat not only to Syria, but undermines the security and peace in the region and the world as well.

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Earlier in the day, six suicide bombers detonated themselves in two security headquarters in Homs, killing at least 42 people, mostly security personnel.

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Meanwhile, the state TV said that the al-Qaida-linked Nusra Front claimed responsibility of the series of the deadly bombings that rocked Homs. (IANS)