Explosion at Syria's Aleppo university causes casualties - TV
BEIRUT Jan 15 (Reuters) - An explosion rocked the University of Aleppo in Syria's second largest city on Tuesday, causing casualties, state television said.
The report described the explosion as a "terrorist attack."
Fighting between rebels and government forces has reached a stalemate in Aleppo and left the city divided. Rebels say they control more than half the province.
The university lies in government-controlled territory.
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