In less than 12 hours | Three explosions rock Azaz, Al-Bab and Afrin cities in Aleppo countryside • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

In less than 12 hours | Three explosions rock Azaz, Al-Bab and Afrin cities in Aleppo countryside

Aleppo province: SOHR activists have monitored a loud explosion in Afrin city which is controlled by Turkish-backed factions, when a suicidal jihadist bombed himself near Turkish military bases in Qawa square in the city, leaving casualties.

It is worth noting that this is the third explosion to take place in less than 12 hours.

A few hours ago, SOHR activists reported hearing loud explosions in Al-Bab city controlled by Turkish-backed factions in the eastern Aleppo countryside, due to the explosion of booby-trapped motorbike in front of garages in Al-Bab city, killing the driver of the motorbike and injuring several others who were near the explosion site.
This morning, SOHR activists reported an IED blast in a car in Al-Asaynah neighbourhood in Azaz city, which is under the influence of Ankara-backed factions in the northern countryside of Aleppo, killing one military person and wounding others, this morning.
According to Syrian Observatory sources, a car bomb attack hit provost marshal general, the head of the disciplinary force of the military police
It is worth noting that this was the first explosion that occurred in Turkish forces and their factions-controlled areas in the northern countryside of Aleppo in 2022.
In 2021, “Euphrates Shield” areas and their surroundings experienced 47 explosions. According to SOHR activists, these explosions were caused by detonating IEDs and explosion of landmines and booby-trapped vehicles. These explosions left 32 people dead: 21 civilians, including six children and three women, and 11 Turkish-backed factions, while nearly 114 others sustained various injuries.

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