Nuştox û şaîr J. Îhsan Espar
Îhsan Espar, 1956 de Pîran de maya xo ra bîyo. Ey 1979 de, Dîyarbekir de Enstîtuyê Perwerdeyî qedênayo.
Kanada piştevaniya Kurdistanê dike
Kanada piştevaniya biryara gelê Kurdistanê ya derbarê serxwebûnê dike.
Kürdlerin Kudüs’ü Kerkük
Kürdistan, bayrağı, milleti ve toprağı ile birdir.
Activists: Syria Bombings Intensify, Twin Blasts Kill 20 in Idlib

Activists: Syria Bombings Intensify, Twin Blasts Kill 20 in Idlib

30 Nisan 2012 Pazartesi 19:22
A Syrian activist group says a double bomb attack has killed at least 20 people near security buildings in the northwestern town of Idlib, as a bombing campaign against Syrian government targets intensifies.

A Syrian activist group says a double bomb attack has killed at least 20 people near security buildings in the northwestern town of Idlib, as a bombing campaign against Syrian government targets intensifies.

The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says Monday's attack targeted intelligence buildings used by the Syrian army and air force. Syria's state news agency, SANA, said suicide bombers triggered the blasts and gave a lower death toll of at least nine, with another 100 people wounded.

The attack follows a suicide car bombing on Friday that killed at least nine people, mostly security officials, in Damascus.

Syrian state media blame the bombings on "armed terrorists," a term they use for rebels leading a 13-month uprising against the government of President Bashar al-Assad. But activists accuse the government of instigating the bombings to discredit the opposition.


Syrian state media say several U.N. observers toured the site of the Idlib bombings. A small team of unarmed U.N. soldiers began operating in Syria earlier this month to try to monitor a shaky truce agreement in the Syrian conflict. A Norwegian general arrived in Damascus on Sunday to take command of the U.N. mission.

Shortly after his arrival, Major General Robert Mood appealed for an end to violence and urged cooperation from government and rebel forces, saying U.N. monitors cannot solve all of Syria's problems alone.

In other violence Monday, SANA reported grenade attacks on the Syrian Central Bank and a police patrol in Damascus. It said four officers were wounded and the bank sustained light damage.

Elsewhere, Lebanese security officials said several skiers were fired on from the Syrian side of the mountainous border. One Lebanese skier was wounded. Syrian troops previously have fired across the border on suspicion of rebel activity .

The Syrian government and rebels accepted a U.N.-backed truce agreement that took effect on April 12.  But, forces loyal to Mr. Assad have continued assaulting opposition hubs, while rebel fighters have repeatedly ambushed government security personnel. Each side accuses the other of provoking attacks.

The cease-fire agreement is part of a peace plan mediated by international envoy Kofi Annan.

The United Nations estimates that at least 9,000 people have been killed since Mr. Assad began cracking down on the uprising in March 2011.  (voanews)

Diğer Haberler