More than 60 people were killed in a regime air strike on a bakery in a rebel-held town on Sunday, monitors said, as peace envoy Lakhdar Brahimi launched a new bid to resolve Syria's brutal 21-month conflict.
Syrians help victims following an air strike by regime forces near a bakery in the rebel-held town of Halfaya in the central Syrian province of Hama on December 23, 2012. More than 60 people were killed in the regime air strike on the bakery in the rebel-held town, monitors say.
In one of the deadliest incidents of the conflict, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the strike hit a bakery in Halfaya in the central province of Hama, killing more than 60 people and wounding at least 50.
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