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MOSCOW, October 13. /TASS/. Two mines have fallen on the territory of the Russian embassy in Syria in the morning, no one was injured, the embassy’s First Secretary Eldar Kurbanov told TASS on Tuesday.
"Two mines fell on the territory of the [Russian] embassy in the morning, no one was injured," Kurbanov said.
He also confirmed that a demonstration took place in front of the Russian embassy in the morning. Kurbanov said the embassy has no information on whether fire was opened at protesters.
Last month, the Russian embassy in Damascus was subjected to artillery shelling. On September 20, a mortar shell fell on the territory of the embassy but did not detonate. The Russian Foreign Ministry said the embassy was shelled from the direction of the Dzhobar district "where anti-government militants are based."