At least eight people died and about 20 were injured this Sunday by a car bomb explosion in the Syrian city of Ras al Ain, controlled by the Turkish army and the rebel groups it supports in the Arab country. , as reported by the Syrian Human Rights Observatory.
The agency has said the car bomb exploded near an administration building and warns that victims’ balance may increase in the coming hours, as several of the wounded are in serious condition.
The incident occurred a day after a motorcycle bomb exploded in the city, an unidentified victim event, and after days of another Ras al Ain car bombing that left at least four dead and ten wounded. .
The city of Ras al Ain, called Kurdish Sere Kanye, lies in the province of Hasaka (northeast) and forms a divided city with the Turkish Ceylanpinar, which is located across the border.