BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:50 P.M.) – A massive explosion was reported at the Jordanian border-crossing in Dara’a tonight, as a car bomb was detonated at local checkpoint near the Al-Rukban Refugee Camp.

According to local activists, at least 10 people were reportedly killed or wounded by this car bombing tonight.

Following the car bombing, intense clashes broke-out between the Free Syrian Army (FSA) and unknown militant group that is suspected to be comprised of Islamic State (ISIL) members in southern Syria.

The Jordanian Air Force is now flying over this camp and monitoring the area for any potential terrorist activity.

 

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