Blast rocks rebel-held city in northwest Aleppo
An explosion ripped through the insurgent-controlled city of Azaz in northern Syria, killing at least 6 and injuring 10 others according to preliminary reports.
Azaz city is located approximately 32 km to the northwest of Aleppo and is currently under the control of the Turkish-backed FSA groups.
The explosion was caused by an IED planted in a car which was parked and then remotely detonated.
Rebel groups allied with Turkey accused the Kurdish People’s Protection Units of the explosion to retaliate the loss in Afrin region.