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    Suicide bomber kill 60 in Adra near Damascus: activists

    Zaman Alwasl | 2013-12-22 00:00:00
    Suicide bomber kill 60 in Adra near Damascus: activists

     Abu Shamel, a Suicide bomber who was responsible of the famous Tamico blast  last October, has been killed  after detonating himself  in Adra, northeast Damascus, killing 60 soldiers of forces loyal to Bashar al-Assad, activists said.

    The fighter who operated under Al Nusra Front, Al Qaeda main group in Syria, had survived on October 19, when he parked car bomb next to  Tamico, strategic checkpoint in Eastern Ghouta, after that he went back to his fellow rebels to explode it by remote control.

    Abu Shamel told al-Jazeera reporter that time, “We wanted to explode the al-Sakneh gate, but I was able to move further [into the neighborhood]. I parked the car and I saw that it was clear, so I could retreat. I did immediately.”  

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