Source: SANA
Homs/Aleppo – Suicide terrorists blew themselves up with explosive belts in two security centers in Homs city, claiming lives of many people and injuring others.

SANA reporter said that six suicide terrorists infiltrated on Saturday morning into al-Ghouta and al-Mahatta areas synchronously and blew themselves up in two security centers in Homs city, adding that Major-General Hassan Daaboul, Head of Military Security Department, was martyred along with a number of security personnel.

Homs Governor Talal Barazi told SANA that the terrorist suicide bombings claimed the lives of 32 people including a military commander and injured 24 others, who were admitted to hospitals for getting the suitable treatment.

The Governor pointed out that the victories of the Syrian Army made the terrorists frenzied and pushed them to commit this coward terrorist atrocity in a hopeless attempt to undermine the capability of the security services, which managed to establish security and stability in Homs city.

Fatteh al-Sham Front (Jabhat al-Nusra) , designated as a terrorist organization on the international terrorism list, claimed, in a statement on websites, responsibility for the terrorist bombings.

Later in the day, a woman was killed and six others including a child were injured by terrorist rocket and sniping attacks in al-Zahra’a neighborhood in Homs city and Oum al-Dananir village in the city’s eastern countryside.

SANA’s correspondent in Homs said that terrorists located in Ein Hassoun village east of Homs city targeted with sniper fire homes in Oum al-Dananir village, claiming the life of one woman.

The correspondent said that terrorists targeted al-Zahra’a neighborhood with 3 rocket shells, injuring six people including a child and causing massive damage to a residential building and private properties.

Later, SANA’s correspondent in Aleppo city reported that a child was killed and six others were injured due to the explosion of an explosive device left behind by terrorists that were present in al-Azamiya neighborhood before the Syrian Army liberated the area.

The correspondent said that the injured people were hospitalized, and some of them are in critical condition.