More than 120 people, including 75 civilians were killed with dozens more injured in four bomb attacks that hit a southern suburb of Syrian capital of Damascus on Sunday, according to local media and a monitoring group.
DAESH has claimed responsibility for the four blasts, including two car bombings which hit Al Tin street in the Sayeda Zeinab district which is under regime control.
According to the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, 150 people were wounded in the blasts.
The Syrian regime's SANA news agency reported that the death toll is 83 while 178 were wounded.
Sunday's explosions came just hours after a twin bomb attack in the city of Homs which killed at least 59 people.
Suicide attacks last month claimed by DAESH killed 71 people in the same district in Damascus, which is famous for being host to the grave of the granddaughter of the Prophet Muhammad.