North of Aleppo | Car-bomb explodes killing and injuring over 25 people near Bab al-Salama crossing
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has monitored a spike in the death toll as a result of a car-bomb explosion at the roundabout of the town of Sajo near the Bab al-Salama crossing, in the areas held by Turkish-backed factions in the northern Aleppo countryside. Five civilians were killed and more than 20 others, including women and children, were injured.
SOHR sources have reported earlier that a car-bomb exploded this evening near the roundabout of the town of Sajo, killing three people and injuring six others as an initial death toll.
Syrian Observatory activists have reported earlier hearing a loud explosion in the Turkish-controlled city of Afrin in north-western Aleppo, caused by an IED explosion in a military vehicle affiliated to the Turkish-backed Al-Sham Corps. The explosion, which took place on the road to Jendires in Afrin city, has injured more than ten people, including three military personnel of Al-Sham Corps one of them is a brigade’s commander, while the rest of injured people are civilians.