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Explosion Hit The City Of Al-Bab North Of Aleppo

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Explosion Hit The City Of Al-Bab North Of Aleppo

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Written by Khaled Iskef

An explosive device exploded this morning in a civilian car in the city of Al-Bab in the northeastern countryside of Aleppo, which is under control of the Turkish forces and their loyal factions.

Local sources reported that the device was planted by unknown persons in a car parked near the Al-Ihsan mosque in the center of the city of Al-Bab, as a result of which its driver was seriously injured and later taken to the hospital. The victim was reportedly a civilian resident of the area and works in the field of currency exchange.

The sources added that the explosion also resulted in material damage, while the identities of the people who planted the device were not known, in light of the inability of the Turkish-backed factions to limit the successive bombings in the city.

The state of security chaos continues in the areas of northern Syria that are under control of the Turkish forces and their loyal factions. The city of Al-Bab is one of the most prominent areas witnessing frequent explosions and assassinations, targeting both civilians and militants, without identifying the responsible parties.

Turkey and its affiliated factions accuse the Kurdish factions and ISIS cells of being responsible for the attacks that hit the region, while the SDF and Kurdish groups deny responsibility for those bombings. Meanwhile, local sources claim the factions’ involvement in internal conflicts that include the exchange of targets through those bombings.

The state of security chaos prevails in all areas under Turkish control in northern Syria, where civilians are paying their lives for the chaos and the spread of weapons, and the chaos caused by actions of militants in their areas, amid a complete Turkish inability to impose stability in those areas.

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