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Car bomb hits Syrian capital as truce comes to bloody end

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People gather at the site where a car bomb exploded in the Al Rawda area of Jaramana, southern Damascus, on October 29, 2012.

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People inspecting damage at the site where a car bomb exploded in the Al Rawda area of Jaramana, southern Damascus on October 29, 2012.

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A general view of the site where a car bomb exploded.

NBC News wire services report — Syrian jets bombed suburbs of Damascus and a car bomb killed 10 people in the capital on Monday, the last day of a four-day truce that U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon acknowledged had failed.

Each side blamed the other for breaching the Eid al-Adha truce arranged by international envoy Lakhdar Brahimi, who nevertheless promised to pursue his peace efforts.

Syrian state television said women and children were among those killed or wounded by a "terrorist car bomb" near a bakery in Jaramana, in the southeast of Damascus. Local residents say the district is controlled by Assad loyalists. Read the full story.

EDITOR'S NOTE: Pictures released by the state-run Syrian Arab News Agency. 

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People gathering at the site of the explosion.

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An injured girl on a stretcher after receiving first aid.

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People in a damaged building at the site of the explosion.

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