A bomb explosion has killed a woman and inflicted injuries to at least 25 people in a town in Syria’s central province of Homs.
According to Syria's state-run television, the bomb, planted on a civilian bus, was detonated in the town of Hassia, some 40 kilometers south of Homs, the provincial capital, on Saturday.
It added that the bus had been transporting workers when the blast ripped through the vehicle.
The bomb attack is the latest in a string of bombings aimed at killing civilians in the war-torn Arab country.
Back in March, two bombs set off in the capital Damascus on the same day, ripping through the Justice Palace in al-Hamidiyeh and a restaurant in al-Rabweh area, claiming the lives of over 30 people and wounding many more.