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Two blasts struck Damascus during morning rush hour killing 55 people. The violence has further decimated the fragile ceasefire between armed insurgents and Syrian security forces.
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A Syrian Army tank rolls down the street in Duma , a suburb of the capital Damascus, Syria April 6, 2012. Syrian government shelling and offensives against rebel-held towns killed dozens of civilians across the country on activists said. Syrian President Bashar Assad has accepted a cease-fire deadline brokered by international envoy Kofi Annan, which calls for his forces to pull out of towns and cities by Tuesday and for both government and rebels to lay down their arms by 6 a.m. local time Thursday. UPI
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