28 terrorists killed by car bombs amid rebel infighting in border town of Azaz
Ten people were killed Thursday when a car bomb rocked the city of Azaz in Syria’s northwestern Aleppo province near the border with Turkey, according to local sources.
The bomb-laden vehicle was detonated near an ammunition depot belonging to the Nour al-Din al-Zenki Movement, a terrorist armed faction opposed to the Syrian government that fights under the umbrella of the so-called ‘Free Syria Army.’
Several people were seriously injured by the blast, including four who were later taken to hospitals in neighboring Turkey via the Oncupinar border crossing.
Syria has been locked in a devastating global war since early 2011. Since then, hundreds of thousands of people are believed to have been killed and millions more displaced by the conflict that is supported an orchestrated by several west and regional countries, including the US, Turkey, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and many others.