Syria unrest: Air strike on bakery 'kills dozens'
Dozens of people have been killed and many wounded in a government air strike on a bakery in Syria's central Hama province, opposition activists have said.
The incident took place in Halfaya, a town recently captured by rebels.
If activists' reports of 90 deaths are confirmed, this would be one of the deadliest air strikes of the civil war.
Syrian state TV blamed an "armed terrorist group" for the attack, saying the group had then filmed the incident to blame it on government troops.
Russell Trott reports.
24 Dec 2012