UN observers' car damaged in Syria

Arab World Materials 16 May 2012 00:37 (UTC +04:00)

A car of UN observers in Syria has been damaged as a result of an explosion in the province of Idlib, The Voice of Russia reported.

The local media reported on Tuesday that none of the observers suffered from the explosion. No details have been reported yet.

The first attempt on peacemakers in Syria occurred on the 9th of May. An explosion thundered on the way of a convoy of trucks carrying the head of the mission Norwegian General Robert Mood. The incident happened at the approaches to the city of Dera'a, 110km south of Damascus. Several Syrian soldiers were injured.

At present, the UN mission in Syria consists of 250 servicemen and experts.