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At least 30 people were killed Wednesday when Syrian warplanes bombed a petrol station in a rebellious suburb on the eastern edge of Damascus, two opposition campaigners on the scene said.
"I counted at least 30 bodies. They were either burnt or dismembered," said Abu Saeed, an activist who arrived at the area in the Muleiha suburb of Damascus an hour after the raido ccurred at 1:00 P.M. local time.
Another activist, Abu Fouad, said warplanes had bombarded thearea as a consignment of fuel arrived and crowds packed the station.
The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, an anti-regime activist group, and the Local Coordination Committees said dozens were killed or wounded in the attack.
An amateur video posted online showed several charred bodies as well as a bearded dead man who was torn to pieces. It also showed several vehicles on fire as black smoke billowed from the Nawras gas station.
In: World News, Syria
Tags: syria, uprising
Location: Al Zabadani, Rif-Dimashq Governorate, Syria (load item map)
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