epa03344224 Employees at the Syrian state-run television inspect damages in the TV building, in Damascus, Syria, 06 August 2012. Media reports said that a bomb has ripped through the third floor of the state TV building, lightly wounding five people and causing heavy damages. The Syria Information Minister Omran al-Zouebi told that Syrian TV has remained on the air. He said the attempts to 'undermine the national media are miserable and corrupt.' The minister added that Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Israel were standing behind the attack EPA/YOUSSEF BADAWI
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