Bombings Kill at Least 22 in Syria

Suicide attack on security targets


DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) — Suicide bombers driving vehicles packed with explosives blew themselves up near security targets Wednesday in northern Syria, killing at least 22 people, state-run media and activists said.

The near simultaneous attacks in the city of Idlib brought the carnage of Syria's civil war to a second major urban center in northern government-held areas in as many days. Massive blasts devastated the main university in the commercial hub of Aleppo a day earlier, killed 87 people.