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Shells Explode outside Russian Embassy in Damascus during Pro-Russia Rally
(FNA) – Several shells exploded outside the Russian embassy in Damascus during a pro-Russia rally.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said that the shelling of the embassy is an act of terror.
It was intended to scare supporters of the fight against terrorists, Lavrov added.
Four people injured in mortar attacks on Russian Embassy and neighborhoods in Damascus
Four people were injured in terrorist attacks with mortar shells on the building of the Russian Embassy and other areas in Damascus on Tuesday.
A source at Damascus Police Command told SANA reporter that the shells, which landed on the chancery in al-Mazra’a neighborhood, left material damages.
The source added that six other shells fell in the neighborhoods of Bab Touma, al-Zablatani and al-Abbassiyeen in Damascus.
The attacks caused material damage to a house and a number of cars.
Several shells explode outside Russian embassy in Damascus during pro-Russia rally
RT News, 13 October 2015
Russia: Russian embassy shelling in Syria an ‘obvious terrorist act’ – Lavrov
RT Ruptly, 13 October 2015
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