Syria—10 Killed In Car Bombing In North

Syrian Observatory for Human Rights | 09/15/2020

At least 10 people have been killed and 35 injured in an explosion in the northern Syrian city of Afrin, reports the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (U.K.). On Monday, a car bomb detonated in the middle of the city's Kawa traffic circle, near a local market and in front of the headquarters of a pro-Turkish militia, reported the North Press Agency, as cited by Rudaw (Iraqi Kurdistan). The death toll was expected to rise. Turkish forces seized Afrin in March 2018 as part of Operation...

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