By ALBERT AJI and BASSEM MROUE
DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) — A Syrian military official says two bombs attached to a bus carrying troops in the capital Damascus have exploded, killing 14 people. The attack early Wednesday was one the deadliest in in the capital in years, and a rare event since government forces in 2018 captured suburbs formerly held by insurgents in Syria’s decade-long conflict. Separately, rescue workers reported that government shelling of a town in the last rebel-held enclave killed 10 people, including children. The U.N.’s deputy regional humanitarian coordinator described as “shocking” reports of shelling that hit a market and roads near schools.