Car bombs tore Wednesday through Syria's second city Aleppo, leaving dozens dead, as shells from the conflict crashed into neighbouring Turkey, killing five and prompting an angry Ankara to contact the UN.
A picture shows a crater on the ground following car bomb explosions that hit the northern Syrian city of Aleppo. Car bombs tore through Syria's second city Aleppo, leaving dozens dead.
Two blasts went off in quick succession near a military officers' club around Aleppo's Saadallah al-Jabiri Square, ripping off a hotel's facade and flattening a two-storey cafe, an AFP correspondent reported.
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