About 20 fighters and citizens killed in the car bomb explosion in “Tal Halaf” in Al-Hasakah countryside
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored a spike in the number of people killed in the car bomb which exploded today afternoon in Tal Halaf town, where it rose to 17 casualties in addition to the presence of about 20 others with varying severity, some of them have seriously wounded.
Sources informed SOHR that most of the casualties are of the pro-Turkey factions, where the booby-trapped car targeted a gathering of them in the vicinity of the town’s market west of Ras Al-Ayn north of Al-Hasakah province.
SOHR published hours ago, that it documented the killing of 11 persons until this moment, due to the explosion of a booby-trapped vehicle today afternoon, in Tal Halfaya town which is located in the western countryside of Ras al-Ayn city (Sere Kaniye), and which is under control of Turkey-loyal factions.
Among the 11 persons, 3 civilians confirmed dead, and the death toll is expected to increase due to the presence of more than 28 injuries, some of them have seriously wounded.
On November 23, SOHR documented the death of 9 people in a car bomb explosion in al-Sinaa neighborhood in Tal Abyad city, which is controlled by the Turkish Forces and the Turkey-loyal factions in the northern countryside of al-Raqqah Saturday morning, where 4 civilians of one family were confirmed dead in the bombing, and the number of casualties may rise because there are at least 22 wounded people and some of them are in serious situations, in addition to information about other casualties.