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Syria: 'Huge explosion' rocks Damascus

Deutsche Welle Sunday, 20 January 2019
Syria: 'Huge explosion' rocks DamascusAuthorities are treating a "huge explosion" reportedly near an intelligence office as a terrorist attack. Damascus has rarely been hit by attacks, especially with the war winding down.
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