File - People gather around wreckage after a car bomb at the Wadi al-Dahab area in Homs city June 12, 2014, in this picture released by Syria's national news agency SANA. REUTERS/SANA
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A car bomb in Homs in central Syria Thursday killed six people in an Alawite-majority neighbourhood of the city, a monitoring group said as state media gave a lower toll.The attack is the second of its kind in a week, and comes just over a month after rebels lost their bastion in the heart of Homs city to regime control. Most of the city, except the battered district of Waar, has returned to regime control after two years of bombardment and siege. Elsewhere, warplanes launched 25 air strikes on Mleiha southeast of Damascus, a key rebel bastion that the regime has struggled for weeks to recapture, the Observatory said.
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