At least 34 people have died after twin blasts exploded on the streets of Damascus, Syria on Nov. 28, 2012. Authorities have said that a suicide bomber preformed the attack. Another 83 people have been seriously injured. The two bombs exploded in different cars shortly after 6:40 p.m. local time. The explosion occurred at the main square of the capital city. This tragedy only adds to the turmoil that is occurring in Gaza, Syria, and Israel. Only days after the cease-fire agreement between Israel and Hamas, citizens have just as much to be worried about as ever.