IS claims responsibility for a car bomb attack on the northeastern border of Syria

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 IS claims responsibility for a car bomb attack on the northeastern border of Syria


According to Syrian news agency reports, the explosion occurred in Kamishli city in northeastern Syria Hasek province, west of Habib Munir Street. A van parked near the restaurant was detonated, killing and injuring many civilians.

(function () {(window. slotbydup = window. slotbydup | []). push ({id:6374560, container:ssp_6374560, size:300,250, display:inlay-fix, async: true});} (); an eyewitness told Xinhua News Agency that the streets where the explosion occurred were crowded on weekdays. After the attack, many cars caught fire, smoke rose and some buildings around them were damaged. Extremist group Islamic State issued a statement on the same day announcing the implementation of the attack, saying that dozens of Kurdish armed personnel were killed in the explosion. Syrian news agency reported that the Turkish army fired shells on the city of kamishli and its surrounding areas on November 11. A spokesman for the Syrian Democratic Army (SDA), a Syrian-Kurdish-led militant, said five Islamic militants detained in a local prison had escaped after the Turkish artillery shelling of Kamishli. Turkish army launched a strike on Kurdish forces in northern Syria on September 9, which Turkish President Erdogan called a terrorist corridor to prevent the emergence of the border in southern Syria and promote the return of Syrian refugees. Source: Xinhua author: Zheng Yihao, Wang Jian, responsible editor: Liu Xiaowu_NN4113

An eyewitness told Xinhua News Agency that the streets where the explosion occurred were crowded on weekdays. After the attack, many cars caught fire, smoke rose and some buildings around them were damaged.

Extremist group Islamic State issued a statement on the same day announcing the implementation of the attack, saying that dozens of Kurdish armed personnel were killed in the explosion.

The Syria News Agency reported that Turkish troops fired artillery shells into the city of Kamishli and its surrounding areas on November 11.

A spokesman for the Syrian Democratic Army (SDA), a Syrian-Kurdish-led militant, said five Islamic militants detained in a local prison had escaped after the Turkish artillery shelling of Kamishli.

Turkish army launched a strike on Kurdish forces in northern Syria on September 9, which Turkish President Erdogan called a terrorist corridor to prevent the emergence of the border in southern Syria and promote the return of Syrian refugees.