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You bloodshed in Syria today where a pair of explosions rocked Damascus killing at least 55 people in the blast is now the deadliest attack in the capital.
Since the uprising against president inside began more than a year ago.
Being -- is following this story from our mideast bureau in Jerusalem Lee Lindsay tells a little bit about.
How sophisticated these bombs were in and what happens.
-- -- sophisticated but also coordinating clearly whoever carried out this attack.
Knew what they were doing something to Syrian opposition largely.
Doesn't know what they're doing so may -- somebody else behind these -- it happened this morning about 7:15 in the morning rush hour time there in the capital.
All of Damascus and we as an amateur video -- right.
After the first blast that guy was filming and then came.
This second blast in all 55 people killed outside a military intelligence headquarters there.
We're told by the Syrian government -- it was about one fun.
Worth of explosives that were used so the people who.
We're writing these car bombs and also set up the attack had to penetrate a lot of security to get in -- lately there's been a group called the -- new -- front.
Which is -- taking responsibility for attacks.
Inside to Damascus capital nobody has really heard of bountiful -- largely thought.
They are -- Qaeda syndicate certainly.
This does not bode well for what does that backstage shaky cease fire there.
Syria in many ways this is exactly what the Syrian government wants to have happened because it of course give -- a pretax.
Told launch more assault also sort of confuses the good vs evil argument being made by the west to the United Nations -- -- -- -- we -- in the Middle East.
We have to put a little bit of intrigue and it is in the sense that he could be -- false flag operation mean -- -- forces are the ones who carried this out to allow him to continue his attacks.
But is the attacks in the capital continue that seems less and less likely Jenna.
He went -- when this conference -- and more than a year now that we've been covering this Leland thank you.
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