General strike takes place in al-Bab city against the security chaos in the factions’-controlled areas and mourning yesterday’s bombing casualties • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

General strike takes place in al-Bab city against the security chaos in the factions’-controlled areas and mourning yesterday’s bombing casualties

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored a general strike in al-Bab city, which is controlled by the Turkish Forces and their loyal factions in the northeastern countryside of Aleppo, where this popular strike comes in mourning for the people who died yesterday in the violent bombing that hit the city, it also comes as an expression of the citizens’ dissatisfaction with the escalating insecurity within the factions’-controlled areas, without any serious steps by those factions, and the Syrian Observatory published in the past hours that the Pro-Turkey factions arrested a young man suspected to be involved in the terrorist bombing which targeted Al-Bab city today morning and left 19 casualties as well as other injuries, according information obtained by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights from cross sources.

In this context, demonstrations including tens of people, went out in Al-Bab city demanding the execution of the bombing perpetrator.

It is noteworthy that members of Turkey-loyal factions and just after the recent bombings, claimed that they arrested the perpetrator, to be revealed later that it was a rumor or being a similar person.

SOHR published hours ago, that it monitored the rise in number of casualties of the violent explosion, which hit al-Bab city northeast of Aleppo on Saturday afternoon, where it rose to 19, the number of people killed so far including at least 13 civilians, they were killed in the booby-trapped car explosion in the bus station area in the city, which is controlled by Turkish Forces and the Turkey-loyal factions northeast of Aleppo, and the death toll may rise because there are tens of injured people, and some of them are in serious condition, in addition to the presence of missing people and information about other casualties.

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