The death toll rose to 57 with more than 100 injured from the two car bombs that exploded Sunday morning in the center of the city of Homs in central Syria – the city's deadliest suicide bombing in recent years. A few hours later, two bomb cars and two suicide bombers killed 83 people, left 180 injured, in southern Damascus near the Shiite shrine of Sayeda Zeinab. The bombs detonated outside a Shiite hospital near the shrine. The death toll is rising as Syrian hospitals are to overloaded to treat all the injured. Suicide attacks claimed by ISIS in the same district have killed 60 people.