At least six people were killed and several were wounded in two attacks by suicide bombers in Syria’s Hama province on Saturday, state media said, hours after a ceasefire took effect elsewhere in the country.

Syria’s state news agency said a bomber driving a car loaded with explosives blew himself up in the early hours, killing two people on the edge of the town of Salamiya. Another suicide bomber on a motorbike struck at the entrance to the village of Teeba, killing four people, soon afterwards.