Fatal IS attacks in regime-controlled Syrian coastal cities

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A handout photograph released by the official Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) shows people inspecting the damage at the site of car bombing in a bus station in the Jableh city, Lattakia province, Syria, 23 May 2016.

The Islamic State took the responsibility of a suicide and car bomb attacks in Jableh and Tartous, causing the death of more than 140 people


The Islamic State (IS) said that the suicide and the car bomb attacks in Jableh and Tartous were made by the terrorist group to target Syrian Alawi citizens.

The terrorist attacks at the Syrian coastal cities, which are under the control of the Syrian regime, caused the death of more than 140 people and were condemned by all the international community. According to the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights at least 148 people were killed in the attacks. The Observatory reported t...


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