Latest News

February 10, 2012 8:46 PM

U.S. officials: Al Qaida behind Syria bombings

The Iraqi branch of al Qaida, seeking to exploit the bloody turmoil in Syria to reassert its potency, carried out two recent bombings in the Syrian capital, Damascus, and likely was behind suicide bombings Friday that killed at least 28 people in the largest city, Aleppo, U.S. officials told McClatchy.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

How NASA enlisted Angry Birds for space exploration and education 05:01

How NASA enlisted Angry Birds for space exploration and education

Students leave unusual items at yard sale at USC 00:37

Students leave unusual items at yard sale at USC

USC coaches earn highest salaries in The State's public records database. 00:46

USC coaches earn highest salaries in The State's public records database.

Who remembers the floppy disk? 01:19

Who remembers the floppy disk?

Farmers discuss farm aid bill vetoed by Gov. Haley 02:29

Farmers discuss farm aid bill vetoed by Gov. Haley

Robbery homicide victim remembered as good Christian man 02:22

Robbery homicide victim remembered as good Christian man

Bear family makes dash across road in Banner Elk 00:13

Bear family makes dash across road in Banner Elk

Three-time Super Bowl winner Troy Brown inducted into SC Athletic Hall of Fame 03:20

Three-time Super Bowl winner Troy Brown inducted into SC Athletic Hall of Fame

Provocative Senator Lee Bright talks about year's achievements 02:00

Provocative Senator Lee Bright talks about year's achievements

14-year-old walks for the first time after surviving car accident that killed her best friend 00:50

14-year-old walks for the first time after surviving car accident that killed her best friend

Bob Spear recounts memorable people of his career 02:50

Bob Spear recounts memorable people of his career

Share Video

Editor's Choice Videos