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“According to Syrian media, a double terrorist act was staged in a district where the Alawites live in the city of Homs,” the diplomatic agency said, adding that “After the end of lessons when students were leaving their classrooms, a car stuffed with explosives was blown up near a school. A suicide bomber blasted himself at another school several minutes later.” “A horribly cruel terrorist act has wounded more than 100 and has killed more than 40 children aged under 12,” the ministry said, offering condolences to relatives and loved ones of the victims wishing soonest recovery to those wounded.
“In this regard, we appeal to all forces having influence on developments in Syria to take a clear-cut and unambiguous position to attain such settlement through inclusive intra-Syrian dialogue and to resume political peace process launched in Geneva,” Russian diplomatic agency said in its statement.