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    8 people wounded in explosive device attack in Hasaka

    | 2017-07-15 02:22:15
    8 people wounded in explosive device attack in Hasaka

    (Zaman Al Wasl)- At least 8 people, including a child, wounded late on Friday in explosive device attack in the northern city of Hasaka, local activists said.

    The attack took place when an ISIS explosive device detonated near a car affiliated to the Kurdish PYD militia in Gweiran neighborhood.

    Amaq, ISIS news agency, claimed that the attack left 7 PYD fighters wounded and killed.

    Also in Hasaka, U.S.-led airstrikes killed a mother and her two children while three more people lost their lives in a road mine explosion in the northern countryside, activists said Thursday.

    The U.S.-led airstrikes struck the village of al-Sada al-Gharbiya, killing a family of three, mother and two children. Three students were also killed in Friday in mine explosion.

    At least 10 people from the same family were also killed on Tuesday when U.S.-led warplanes pounded al-Zyanat village near Markada town, ISIS last stronghold in Hasaka.

    The death toll from the Coalition strikes reach a total of 500 people in the last three months, according to local monitoring groups. Most victims were family members.
    The US-led air campaign against the Islamic State jihadist group in Syria began on September 23, 2014.


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