Mortar fire on Syria school kills 11 childrenNovember 05, 2014 21:03
Mortar shells struck a school east of Damascus today, killing at least 11 children, said activists, and the death toll was likely to rise. It was the most serious violence against Syrian minors since a twin suicide bombing killed at least 25 children near a school in October.
The children of the Haya School in the town of Qaboun were struck by three mortars, said a local activist who uses the name Abu Akram al-Shami.
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