The Syrian media said that an explosion rocked the third floor of the Syrian television headquarters on Monday.
Syrian Information Minister Omran al-Zoabi said the blast was caused by an explosive device, adding, “Several of our colleagues were injured, but there were no serious injuries, and no dead.”
The development comes as fighting continues between Syrian security forces and foreign-sponsored insurgents in the northwestern city of Aleppo.
Meanwhile, the Syrian state TV said the army has arrested a group of Turkish and Saudi officers in Aleppo.
On Sunday, the Syrian army began a major operation to clear the southwestern neighborhood of Salahuddin in Aleppo of the insurgents.
The security forces also discovered a mass grave of the bodies of civilians and Syrian army members near the capital on August 4.
Many people, including large numbers of security forces, have been killed in the turmoil in Syria that began in March 2011.
On August 5, US senators John McCain, Joseph Lieberman and Lindsey Graham said Washington should “directly and openly” provide assistance, including weapons, intelligence and training, to the insurgents in Syria.
On August 2, Kofi Annan announced that he will resign as the UN-Arab League special envoy to Syria at the end of the month.
The Syrian Foreign Ministry expressed regret about the resignation of Annan.
Source: Press TV