IED explosion hits areas held by Turkish-backed factions, north of Aleppo
Aleppo Province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights:
Activists have told the Syrian Observatory that an explosion was heard in areas held by Turkish forces and proxies in the town of Dabiq, caused by an improvised explosive device (IED) detonating in a car north of Aleppo. No casualties have been reported to date.
On March 10, SOHR sources reported hearing an explosion in areas held by Turkish forces and proxies in Aleppo countryside. The explosion was caused by detonating an IED in a vehicle in Afrin city, north-west of Aleppo, which injured one person at least.
On March 8, a bomb-motorcycle exploded near the headquarter of Turkish-backed faction “Sultan Murad” in Afrin city center, north of Aleppo, injuring one person at least.
Meanwhile, a fighter in Turkish-backed factions was killed in an explosion in the Turkish-controlled town of Al-Rai in north-eastern countryside of Aleppo. The explosion was caused by detonation of an IED in a car near the court in the town, which injured many people.