Rebel fighters assemble a home made rocket made of a domestic gaz canister on February 21, 2014, as they hold a position outside Idlib near the Syrian city of Hama. AFP PHOTO/OBAIDA AL-SHAMI
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At least five people were killed and more than 20 wounded on Thursday in a bomb blast near a security headquarters in central Syria's city of Hama, activists said.In the northern province of Raqqa, two suicide bombers blew themselves up inside Base 17, an army base under siege by opposition forces, according to the Observatory, a Britain-based group that relies on activists and other witnesses inside Syria.The Observatory said 15 soldiers were killed in fighting on the road on Wednesday and overnight, adding that regime aircraft were bombing the area around Khan Sheikhun on Thursday.The Observatory reported eight air raids on the area, which regime troops are trying to recapture.
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