The wreckage of a bus on which an explosion occurred is seen in central Damascus February 1, 2015. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki
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Lebanese officials condemned Monday the bombing that killed six Lebanese pilgrims and wounded about 20 in Damascus one day earlier.Lebanon's Foreign Ministry described the attack as "terrorist," and "cowardly". Minister Gebran Bassil telephoned the families of the victims to offer his condolences, a statement by the ministry said, a day after a bomb ripped through a bus carrying 52 Lebanese Shiite pilgrims visiting holy sites in Damascus Sunday. The March 14 secretariat also condemned the attack in a statement Monday.
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