In Syria, state media said Thursday at least 11 people died and 35 others were injured after a car bomb exploded in the coastal town of Jableh. It was the first attack in the city since a fragile truce went into effect last week. There was no claim of responsibility for the attack, but ISIS and several other groups were not part of the Russian, Iranian and Turkish-brokered ceasefire.
Syria: Car Bombing in Jableh Kills 11, Shakes Ceasefire
HeadlineJan 06, 2017