Aleppo | Five persons sustain various burns in oil burner explosion in Al-Bab
Syrian Observatory activists have reported hearing a loud explosion in Tarhin area, north of Al-Bab city in the north-eastern countryside of Aleppo, caused by the explosion of a fuel oil burner near Tarhin camp. Five persons sustained various burns due to the explosion, while the reasons behind the explosion have been known yet.
Yesterday, SOHR sources reported that fierce clashes broke out between Turkish-backed police and a group of wanted gunmen, while attempting to arrest them near Al-Kaff roundabout in the Turkish-controlled city of Al-Bab in north-eastern Aleppo.
The clashes resulted in the killing of the group’s leader in addition to the injury of several companions, while several police officers also sustained injuries.
On July 13, Observatory activists reported that the “physicians and pharmacists” association staged a vigil in the Turkish-controlled city of Al-Bab, calling for putting an end to the ongoing security chaos in the city.
The protesters demanded the protection of medical teams and lifted signboards with slogans written on them read “dignitaries of Al-Bab city condemn the security chaos – the protection of medical teams is everyone’s responsibility – pharmacists of Al-Bab city call for putting an end to security violations”.
This vigil came one day after attack by unknown gunmen who opened fire on the pharmacists’ association chairman and his family in Al-Bab city.