Death toll in southern Damascus bombings reaches 62

Four blasts hit the Sayeda Zeinab district, which is home to a Shi`ite shrine. Another 180 people were wounded.

Beirut: The death toll from multiple bomb blasts in a southern district of Damacus, claimed by Islamic State on Sunday, reached at least 62, the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.

Four blasts hit the Sayeda Zeinab district, which is home to a Shi`ite shrine. Another 180 people were wounded, the Observatory said.

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