GENEVA — A triple suicide bombing in Damascus clouded the already shaky peace process that was still struggling Sunday to get off the ground here.
The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the bombing, which took place near the Shiite Sayeda Zeinab shrine on the southern outskirts of the Syrian capital, killing least 45 people and wounding over 100.
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