An explosion shakes a town occupied by Turkey in the northern countryside of Aleppo • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

An explosion shakes a town occupied by Turkey in the northern countryside of Aleppo

Today, Saturday, an explosive device exploded near a town occupied by Turkey and its extremist factions in the northern countryside of Aleppo, killing one person and wounding 3 others, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

“The explosion shook the town of Ghandoura, which is under the control of the Turkish forces and the factions loyal to them, in the northeastern countryside of Aleppo,” the observatory said.

He added that the explosion was caused by an explosive device that exploded at the outskirts of the town in a car of people working within the crossing with the extremist “Levantine Front” faction under Turkey.

According to the Observatory, the explosion killed one person and wounded 3 others.

The occupied areas in north and northeastern Syria are witnessing a security chaos and continuous bombings, as well as frequent clashes between the extremist factions affiliated with Turkey, due to disputes over stolen, influence and control.

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