IED explosion kills a commander in the "National Army" in Jarabulus • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

IED explosion kills a commander in the “National Army” in Jarabulus

The Syrian Observatory documented the death of a commander in the Turkish-backed factions of the “National Army”, affected by the injury he had yesterday. The commander was targeted by an IED that went off in his vehicle in Jarabulus city north-east of Aleppo.

Separately, SOHR sources have reported hearing a loud explosion this morning, in Al-Bab city which is under control of the Turkish forces and their Syrian proxies.

According to SOHR sources; the explosion was caused by an IED planted in one of the eastern neighborhoods of Al-Bab city, without documenting any casualties.

On January 2, SOHR sources reported hearing explosions in “Jarabulus” town north of Aleppo, which is controlled by the Turkish-backed factions. They were caused by an IED explosion in the car of a leader of the First Corps, which is one of the “National Army” formations. The explosion injured several people and caused material losses in place of the explosion.

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