AMMAN (Reuters) – A booby-trapped automobile exploded in a Syrian city on the border with Turkey on Saturday, killing seven individuals, inhabitants claimed, in an place that has viewed frequent bomb assaults given that Turkish-backed Syrian rebels seized it from Kurdish-led forces.
The car exploded in the border city of Ras al Ain, which was taken by the Syrian rebels in 2019 from the Kurdish-led YPG militia. Two of those killed had been youngsters, citizens said.
It was not quickly very clear who was at the rear of the blast.
Illustrations or photos from the scene taken by residents showed a group of persons standing close to the burning and mangled wreck of the vehicle. Movie footage confirmed people today carrying what appeared to be at least a person dead person in a blanket.