Twin suicide attacks in Homs, Syria, leave at least 42 people dead
A Syrian army colonel was among the 42 people at least killed in government-controlled Homs Saturday in an attack later claimed by former Al Qaeda branch Jabhat Fateh al-Sham (Nusra Front.) At least six attackers blew themselves up near the state security and military headquarters. The colonel was identified as an intelligence officer Hassan Dahbul. Friday, two suicide bombings killed at least 65 people in northern Syria, where Turkish and Syrian rebel forces are fighting to wrest Al-Bab from ISIS. The Islamic State website claimed they included eight Turkish soldiers and 60 rebel fighters.