Three civilians, including two children, were wounded in a YPG attack in northwestern Syria on Monday.
A car bomb detonated in the opposition-held Azaz district, causing casualties, according to an Anadolu Agency correspondent on the ground.
The injured people were taken to a nearby hospital, while material damage was reported in the attack.
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The local security forces suspect the assault was carried out by the YPG, which is responsible for similar terror attacks in al-Bab, Jarabulus and Afrin.
The YPG militia often targets Turkish security forces who provide security in the areas of Operation Euphrates Shield, Olive Branch and Peace Spring and try to infiltrate the positions of Syrian opposition fighters from regions which the terror group was supposed to withdraw from under agreements with the U.S. and Russia.
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