Source specified the number of victims of the explosion in northern Syria

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — More than 20 people were injured and at least 11 were killed in a car bomb explosion in the Syrian village of ar-Rai in the west of Aleppo province, controlled by pro-Turkish groups, a local source told RIA.

“Eleven people died, 23 were injured in a bombed car bomb,” a source said.

According to him, the car was parked near the local hospital.

Earlier, Anadolu agency, citing local sources, reported the deaths of 12 people in the attack.

The village is located near the Syrian-Turkish border.


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