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Blasts hit Turkish-controlled areas in countryside of Aleppo

Blasts hit Turkish-controlled areas in countryside of Aleppo
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Aleppo (Syria News) A new blast hit the areas controlled by the Turkish forces and their allied factions in the countryside of Aleppo Province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported on Saturday.

The London-based Observatory pointed out that a violent explosion hit the eastern countryside of Aleppo Province, caused by a booby-trapped motorcycle explosion in Qabasin Town, in the northeastern countryside of Aleppo. The number of casualties was not identified until now.

Meanwhile, a violent blast rocked the city of Azaz, caused by a booby-trapped vehicle explosion in the city, which is controlled by the “Euphrates Shield” factions, in the northern countryside of Aleppo, killing a man and injuring 8 others. Some of the wounded suffered severe injuries, which may raise the death toll.

It is noteworthy that several blasts hit the areas controlled by the Turkish-backed rebel and Islamic factions, in the past few days, which resulted in the death and injury of dozens of persons in the both northern and northeastern countryside of the province.

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