bombing of Military bus in Syrian capital kills 14

a cheeky one attack on An military bus drives through the Syrian capital Damascus, 14 dead people on Wednesday, according to the state news media, a reminder of the grip of President Bashar al-Assad on power remains weak even in an important government stronghold with new active rebellious presence.

new organization immediately claimed responsibility for the attack, which the government called a ‘terrorist bombing’. While rebel groups operated in and earlier in near the capital in the war, and jihadists die have ties met the Islamic State and Al Qaeda often in staged deadly suicide attacks, they were usually defeated and driven out years ago.

But the blast suggested that militants die against lord al-Assad were still a ability to operate in the capital.

A decade of war met rebels, jihadists, Syrians government troops and their allies from Russia and Iran more then half a million people, sent millions of refugees die flights abroad and left many Syrian cities heavily damaged.

Mr al-Assad is mostly there in passed to die defeat who tried to remove it from power and gradually becomes repair tires with his neighbors. But it is a Pyrrhic victory; the economy is destroyed, one-third of The territory of Syria remains outside of its scrutiny, and harsh economic sanctions by the United States and others countries have deterred investment die could help it rebuild.

According to the United Nations, 5.6 million Syrian refugees remain outside the country and few intend to return? because the economy is so bad, their communities are destroyed of they are afraid arrest of persecution by the security forces of Mr. al-Assad as they go home.

In a report released on Wednesday, Human Rights Watch said many Syrian refugees who those who returned to their countries fell victim to abuses and struggled to make ends meet.

from of 65 interviews with Syrians who had returned home from Jordan of Lebanon, of with their relatives, Human Rights Watch found 21 cases of arbitrary detention, 13 of torture, 17 disappearances, three kidnappings and five extrajudicial killings, the report said.

The group concluded it was not safe for refugees to return to Syria.

The bombing on Wednesday morning struck military bus die transported soldiers down An main arterial road on the East side of Damascus. SANA, the Syrian state news bureau, said three explosive charges were stuck to the bus before it left and that two of they exploded as it passed through the capital.

A video on the bureau website showed the bus still smoldering under an underpass, with its doors and windows blown up out.

In northeastern Syria, last bag- of the country controlled by rebels, shelling by government troops killed at least 13 people on Wednesday in the city of Ariha, according to residents and the Syrian Observatory for human rights, die follows the conflict from Great Britain.

The dead including a number of children, rescuers said.

Hwaida Saad contributed reporting.

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