At least six people were wounded in a car bomb detonated in an opposition area near the Turkish border, local activists said Saturday.
The blast of Sajo village near Azaz town has followed a series of attacks by the powerful Kurdish People’s Protection Unit (YPG) militia on Turkish-held areas in the past few weeks since US President Joe Biden came to the Oval Office.
Firefighters rushed to a fire that broke out after the explosion that damaged surrounding shops and houses, Anadolu Agency said.
Northwestern Syria is administered by a self-styled opposition government.
Turkey considers the Syrian Kurdish YPG as terrorists for their links to a decades-long Kurdish insurgency inside Turkey that has killed tens of thousands of people. The same fighters were the United States’ partners on the ground in fighting the Islamic State group.
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