A damaged mosque is seen in the town of Morek in Hama province April 8, 2014. REUTERS/Badi Klif
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Two rebel car bombs targeted two central Syrian areas controlled by government forces on Saturday, killing at least ten people as opposition forces fought fiercely to hold onto territory, officials and activists reported.Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said one car bomb killed at least four people in the city of Homs, in an area dominated by Alawites -- the same sect as President Bashar Assad. Rebels in Homs have undertaken a spate of suicide car bombings targeting soldiers and civilians in government-held neighborhoods as Syrian forces launch their toughest assault yet on opposition-held areas. A Syrian government official confirmed the bombing but said four people were killed and nine were wounded.
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