At least nine people were killed and 43 injured in a terror blast in northwestern Syria on Monday, according to the governor’s office of Turkey’s southern Hatay province.
An explosives-laden small truck detonated in the opposition-held city of Afrin, Anadolu Agency earlier learned from sources on the ground.
An investigation of the attack to identify the people involved continues, said a statement from the governor’s office.
Turkey’s military backed by Syrian opposition forces seized Afrin, a mainly Kurdish district, from the YPG in March 2018 in a major offensive.
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