Sunday, February 14, 2021

Fratricide Explosions Among NATO Terrorists Kill 2 and Injure 14 in Northern Aleppo

Two car explosions within 24 hours in two towns in the northern countryside of Aleppo killed two persons and injured 14 others, at least, local sources reported.

Car explosion in Afrin and Al Rai northern Aleppo countryside

Today's afternoon car explosion was at the entrance of Jandiris, a town north of Afrin in the northern Aleppo countryside.

Yesterday's car explosion took place in the market of the Al-Rai town at the borders with Turkey in the northern Aleppo countryside.

Both explosions resulted in killing two civilians, injuring 14 others, and causing material damage to the properties in the targeted areas.

Fratricide is common among terrorist groups in the areas under the occupation of NATO member state Turkey and its assorted Al Qaeda terrorist groups in northern parts of Syria, the problem is they target each other in areas crowded with civilians killing and maiming many.

More in this report: Two Explosions in Northern Aleppo Countryside Kill 2 and Injure 14 Others.

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