At least four Kurdish fighters were killed in a motorcycle blast in the northeastern city of Hassakeh, the Islamic State’s (ISIS) propaganda agency reported on Saturday.
According to the Amaq agency, the booby-trapped motorcycle exploded in a southern district controlled by the Kurdish Democratic Party (PYD).
Hassakeh, a city 620 km north of Damascus, was liberated from ISIS in 2016.
Kurdish militias have been the main partner of the US-led coalition against ISIS in Syria, helping drive the jihadists out of swathes of northern and eastern Syria last year.
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