New blasts mar Syria truce, killing 20

A SANA picture shows damage from blasts in the city of IdlibTwin blasts targeting security buildings killed more than 20 people in the northwest Syrian city of Idlib, a monitoring group said, as the chief UN monitor presses both sides to end more than 13 months of violence.


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