Mortars hit Syria central bank in Damascus: witness
DAMASCUS (AFP) - Two mortar rounds hit Syria's central bank in the capital Damascus on Wednesday causing damage, a witness said, but there were no reports of injuries.
The projectiles struck the building at around 7:40 am, said the witness, a resident of a central Damascus neighbourhood.
"One hit the roof of the building and the second hit the garage," the resident added.
The extent of the damage to the bank was unclear, but there were no initial reports of injuries in the attack and traffic was moving normally in the area on Wednesday morning.