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It is happening yet again there was new violence rocking Syria this time a car bomb going off and a suburb of Damascus the capital city.
Ten people injured one of islam's holiest shrines to -- -- -- faithful was damaged.
Conner -- live our Middle East bureau with more do we know -- -- what was the target this -- -- Well bill that Shiite shrine.
Is suspected to be the the target location it is a popular place with Shiite pilgrim is particularly.
With one's coming from Iran and is of course Iran is a big backer of the aside regime -- so many.
Of the rebels being -- that.
Main emphasis appears to have been on this is Shiite mosque the Shiite shrine however there is also a police station a Syrian police station within about fifteen yards where the blast went off.
So it's possible that was also the target.
No no -- he claimed responsibility for the car bomb the Syrian government is blamed al-Qaeda and terrorist but.
Bill in recent months the violence -- done so chaotic there it's tough to know what is going on in Syria on any given day.
The violence appears to be getting worse or what is the US what is the international community doing him about it or able to do about it -- just gonna sit back on the sidelines there.
There are still talks about doing something but what that something is still very unclear Kofi Annan the UN special envoy.
He's trying to put together -- contact group meeting with United States Britain France Turkey but also Iran on June 30 in two weeks.
However the US still does not want to meet with Iran is part of that contact group.
But the -- -- -- -- office says that there is movement towards this June 30 meeting of course that's two weeks away there is.
A lot of time between now and then with the violence in Syria billion in the intensifying.
For -- caught in the crossfire bill that is a long time to wait indeed it is Conner Powell thank you were in Jerusalem on that story and let them.
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