March 2012 Aleppo bombing

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March 2012 Aleppo bombings
Part of Syrian civil war
Location Aleppo, Syria
Date 18 March 2012
13:30 (UTC+3)
Attack type
car bomb
Deaths 3
(2 security personnel, 1 civilian)
Non-fatal injuries
more than 30
Assailants claimed by the Free Syrian Army

On 18 March 2012, a car bomb blast in a residential neighbourhood in the Syrian city of Aleppo killed two members of security forces and one female civilian. Some 30 residents were wounded.[1][2]

Residential buildings and a nearby monastery were severely damaged as a result of the bomb blast.

It was the second bombing in the city in a series of deadly attacks that took place in the city during 2012, in the frames of the Syrian civil war.

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  1. ^ Your name: (2012-03-18). "Deadly car bomb hits Alepp". Emirates247.com. Retrieved 2013-06-11. 
  2. ^ The Associated Press (2012-03-18). "CBC news:Blast in Aleppo". Cbc.ca. Retrieved 2013-06-11.