At least four civilians were killed in a car bombing in the Syrian city of Ras al Ain this Thursday, controlled by the Turkish army and the rebel groups it supports in the Arab country, according to the Syrian Rights Observatory.
The London-based agency and whistleblowers in the Arab country have detailed that the attack on Al Juzá square near the town hall was carried out, and it was found that more than ten people were injured. Reason why the balance of mortal victims could increase.
Local sources, cited by the Syrian state news agency SANA, have increased the death toll to five.
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.