According to media reports by rival Kurdish militias, Hossein Bedra, a commander of the rebel militias that control most of the Syrian province of Idlib, was killed in an attack in the city of Afrin on Sunday.
In addition, according to the Kurdish news agency Firat, at least ten other people, including several Islamists, were injured.
The explosive was detonated when Bedra, the leader of the Failaq al Sham jihadist militia, a member of the Syrian National Army, a militia that was allied with the Turkish armed forces present in the region, passed by.
Turkish sources report the incident, but say 13 people, including children, were injured in the “terrorist attack”. A police officer died on July 3 and two civilians were wounded in a similar attack.