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-- to Syria now where the government is saying that suicide bombers set off twin explosions killing at least nine people.
And wounding about a hundred.
Near a military compound in an opposition stronghold -- -- watching this story throughout its terrific process.
-- he's joining me now live from Jerusalem good morning -- -- And good morning mark and it seems like one of these cases where we stayed one step forward in in two steps back.
Let's starting in live right now which is in the northern part of Syrian opposition.
Stronghold there the government blames these blasts one at a hotel wanted to security facility on quote armed terrorists which is what they call those people were trying to overthrow the government -- -- Damascus twenty people killed 100 injured in those suicide bombings in this could be a very.
Preview of what is to come if the violence in Syria continues to get worse from homes we have some video that is a little bit encouraging -- is the UN observer team there.
Inside homes and right now we have heard there are two UN observers now permanently stationed there and according to activists on the ground as we don't have people in there.
The violence there are homes which -- being under assault by Syrian tanks is now under a little bit of a cease fire right now because of those UN observers.
On the ground the activists feel is though that they are just a little bit protected.
Now for the bad news coming out -- Syria right now we are hearing that there is -- -- inspired group which is taking responsibility for the Friday attacks there those suicide -- to Damascus which could certainly put a whole new twist on this conflict as we move forward -- -- On behalf bad news added to bad news -- thank.
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