August 14, a suicide bomber detonated an explosive on a bus near the village of Atma, Idlib province, located on the border of Syria and Turkey. At least 15 peolple killed and 25 are injured, Reuters reports, citing the Syrian Monitoring Centre for Human Rights, based in London.
The Centre reports that the bus was carrying participants of the civil war in Syria.
Referring to the local sources the Turkish CNN Turk TV channel reported that a suicide bomber had blew up a bus near the entrance to one of the refugee camps on the territory of the Atma village.
Earlier, AFP reported on 51 civilians killed, including four children during the aerial bombardment and shelling of the Syrian city of Aleppo on Saturday.
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