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Bombs kill nearly 150 people in Jableh and Tartous on Syria's Mediterranean coast.

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    1. ISIS bombs hit Assad strongholds

    2. A Syrian armed force trooper and regular people examine the harm after blasts hit the Syrian city of Tartous. Bombs killed about 150 individuals and injured no less than 200 in Jableh and Tartous on Syria's Mediterranean coast on Monday.

    3. Men examine a destroyed vehicle after blasts hit a transport station in the Syrian city of Jableh May 23, 2016. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki

    4. A man remains on smashed glass ignoring a harmed transport station after blasts hit it in the Syrian city of Jableh. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki

    5. A Syrian Army trooper strolls behind a police line close to a harmed vehicle after blasts hit a transport station in the Syrian city of Jableh. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki

    6. A Syrian Army trooper remains close blood on the ground of a harmed crisis room inside National Hospital after blasts hit the Syrian city of Jableh. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki

    7. Smoke ascends after blasts hit the Syrian city of Tartous. SANA/Handout by means of REUTERS

    8. A teddy bear pack lies on the ground close blood stains in a harmed room inside National Hospital after blasts hit the Syrian city of Jableh. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki

    9. People investigate the harm after blasts hit the Syrian city of Tartous. SANA/Handout through REUTERS

    10. Men stand close trash and a police line after blasts hit a transport station in the Syrian city of Jableh. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki

    11. Syrian armed force troopers and regular people review the harm after blasts hit the Syrian city of Tartous. SANA/Handout by means of REUTERS

    12. Posters demonstrating Syrian president Bashar al-Assad hold tight a divider in a harmed room inside National Hospital after blasts hit the Syrian city of Jableh. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki

    13. Men take a gander at blazed Syrian pounds after blasts hit a transport station in the Syrian city of Jableh. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki

    14. Children assess a harmed site after blasts hit a transport station in the Syrian city of Jableh. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki

    15. Men assess a harmed site after blasts hit a transport station in the Syrian city of Jableh. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki

    16. A notice indicating Syrian president Bashar al-Assad holds tight a divider in a harmed room inside National Hospital after blasts hit the Syrian city of Jableh. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki

    17. People stroll past a destroyed vehicle after blasts hit a transport station in the Syrian city of Jableh. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki

    18. Syrian armed force fighters and regular folks investigate the harm after blasts hit the Syrian city of Tartous. SANA/Handout through REUTERS

    19. People examine the harm after blasts hit the Syrian city of Tartous. SANA/Handout by means of REUTERS

    20. Syrian armed force troopers assess the harm after blasts hit the Syrian city of Tartous. SANA/Handout through REUTERS

    21. A Syrian Army warrior remains close to a destroyed vehicle after blasts hit a transport station in the Syrian city of Jableh. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki