Syrian emergency personnel, residents and pro-goverment forces gather at the site of a car bomb explosion on March 17, 2014 in the Zahraa district of the central city of Homs. (AFP PHOTO/STR)
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Six people were killed and 20 wounded Monday by a car bomb in a Homs district that is home to members of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's Alawite sect, a monitoring group said.Fighting raged further north in Syria's second city Aleppo between rebels and regime loyalists, as helicopters dropped a barrel bomb on an opposition area of the city, the Observatory said.At least one man was killed by regime shelling, while clashes raged on the city's front lines, the group said, adding that 11 troops were killed in Monday's fighting.
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