Four people, including a woman, were killed and others injured Monday (October 11th) when a car bomb exploded in the center of Afrin city in the northern Aleppo countryside.
A car bomb of the type “Santafe” exploded Monday morning, near the Kawa roundabout near the Hal market in the center of Afrin city in the northern Aleppo countryside, killing four people in an initial toll and injuring more than 20, some of them seriously injured, a news correspondent in Afrin said.
According to our correspondent, two of the dead were burned to death inside the car.
Civil defense teams and civilian and military police are working to rescue the wounded and transport the injured to medical centers, he said, amid a heavy military deployment in the area.
A few days ago, an engineering team member was injured by an explosive device after being seized in the old garage in Afrin city in the northern Aleppo countryside.
Child killed in Jarabulus
A displaced child was killed in the eastern Aleppo countryside of Jarabulus on Monday when an unidentified object exploded.
According to a local news correspondent in Aleppo countryside, an unidentified object believed to be a landmine exploded in the vicinity of the City of Jarabulus in the eastern Aleppo countryside, resulting in the immediate death of displaced child Abdul Rahman al-Ali al-Eid al-Zubaidi.
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