People stand amongst the wreckage after explosions in Damascus, Syria left at least 55 people dead and 170 injured May 10, 2012. Two suicide bombers riding booby-trapped vehicles detonated themselves before the Palestinian branch of a public intelligence compound in Damascus.
People stand amongst the wreckage after explosions in Damascus, Syria left at least 55 people dead and 170 injured May 10, 2012. Two suicide bombers riding booby-trapped vehicles detonated themselves before the Palestinian branch of a public intelligence compound in Damascus. Xinhua/Zuma Press/MCT
People stand amongst the wreckage after explosions in Damascus, Syria left at least 55 people dead and 170 injured May 10, 2012. Two suicide bombers riding booby-trapped vehicles detonated themselves before the Palestinian branch of a public intelligence compound in Damascus. Xinhua/Zuma Press/MCT

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