More than 40 children killed in a double bombing in Homs, Syria

A double attack against a school killed at least 41 children and seven adults Wednesday in a loyalist area of ​​Homs in central Syria.

At least 41 Syrian children have died Wednesday in a double attack against their school in a loyalist area of ​​Homs in central Syria, according to Syrian Observatory of Human Rights (OSDH).

Seven other people-four civilians and three members of law Security- died in the attack that hit a neighborhood predominantly Alawite minority community from which the President Bashar al-Assad.

A suicide bomber has planted a bomb in front of the school before blowing himself up in another place outside the building, said the Syrian NGOs.

The attack was not claimed but his modus operandi recalls those committed regularly by the jihadists of the Islamic state (EI) or those of al-Nosra Front, the Syrian branch of al-Qaida, engaged in the war in Syria.

Only a quarter of Homs, called Waer, remained in the hands of insurgents in Homs, Syria’s third largest city, Homs almost entirely by troops of the Syrian regime.