Explosive Device Blast Injures Civilians in Northeastern Syria

An explosive device blast injured a number of civilians last Nov. 2 in Ras al-Ayn City in al-Hasakah Governorate in northeastern Syria where Turkish regime-backed terrorist groups operate.

An explosive device blast injured a number of civilians last Nov. 2 in Ras al-Ayn City in al-Hasakah Governorate in northeastern Syria where Turkish regime-backed terrorist groups operate.

According to Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA), local sources said that the explosive decive detonated at the vegetable market in the al-Jouza area of the city, injuring civilians and damaging local properties.

Terrorist groups have been fighting and bombing the areas over disputes of the areas.

Last Sept. 26, SANA reported that a booby-trapped car exploded, killing seven people and injuring 11, two weeks after an explosive device killed two and injured five.


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