DAMASCUS, Dec. 7 (Xinhua) -- A car bomb went off in Syrian central city of Homs near a mosque after Friday's midday prayers, leaving 15 people wounded, the state media said.
The blast rocked the Insha'at district in central Homs, the report said, adding that some 15 people have been injured and material damage has been caused.
No news of casualties has emerged yet.
In the capital Damascus, meanwhile, a mortar shell fired by armed militias slammed a building at al-Mazzeh district and caused material damage only, according to local media reports.
Blasts have become daily routines in Syria, particularly in Damascus, where both conflicting parties are fighting their death match.
A while ago, the state media dismissed as "false" media reports that the rebels have taken control over the international airport of Damascus.
The Syrian government said the feverish media campaign against Syria aims to lift the falling morale of the "terrorists."