2 Killed, Reporters Wounded in Aleppo Car Bomb

إقرأ هذا الخبر بالعربية W460

A car bomb attack in Syria's northern city of Aleppo on Sunday killed two people and wounded 18, including three state television journalists, the channel reported.

Shadi Helw, the channel's Aleppo correspondent, and two cameramen, Yahya Moussali and Ahmed Suleiman, were among the wounded, the broadcaster said.

"Two terrorists who were driving the explosives-packed car tried to attack an intelligence center in Aleppo. The terrorists were killed and 18 people were injured, including the journalists," it reported.

The channel added that Helw and Suleiman were lightly wounded, but that Moussali had been seriously hurt, without giving details.

State news agency SANA said regime forces "intercepted terrorists driving a car bomb about 500 meters (yards) from a security headquarters and managed to kill one of the bombers before the other detonated the bomb."

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights watchdog's director Rami Abdel Rahman told Agence France Presse by phone that the attack had taken place "at a military checkpoint near the officers' club in Furqan district" in western Aleppo.

Comments 2
Missing akkar1 14 April 2013, 20:24

im suprised that idiot josh hasnt linked this to wahabis and the saudi king

Thumb Kalzyturks 14 April 2013, 23:41

Josh is a Christian fanatic or was raped by a peadophile when he was a child.

Nothing against the rest of the Christian world or people.

Unless you condemn peadaphiles I paint you with the same brush.