Syrian citizens and firefighters gather at the scene where twin bombs hit a street, in the government-held neighborhood of Zahraa, Homs.
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At least 32 people were killed and 90 wounded in two bomb explosions in the Syrian city of Homs Monday, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.The blasts, one from a car bomb and another from a suicide attack, struck the Zahraa district in the middle of the city, said the Britain-based Observatory.Twin blasts on Dec. 12, also in Zahraa, killed at least 16 people.Under the Homs cease-fire deal, at least 700 insurgent fighters and members of their families left the last rebel-controlled area of the city, Waar district.
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