The Syrian Human Rights Observatory has reported that an improvised device has been detonated in the Syrian city of Afrin, controlled by Turkish forces and the rebel groups it supports, after a bomb attack on a truck on Tuesday left 46 people dead.
The London-based agency and whistleblowers in the Arab country have said the device is in a car and exploded in the Al Mahmudiya district. In addition, no victims have been reported so far.
The observatory has also reported that among the victims of the truck bombing, whose identity is still unknown, are eleven children under the age of eight, all of whom live in Afrin or have been internally displaced from various Syrian provinces.
The death toll includes at least six members of rebel groups supported by Turkey, although the group previously set this number to nine. Another 50 people were injured in the attack and most of the bodies were completely burned by the tanker explosion.