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YPG blast wounds six people near Turkish border

Local | 2021-02-20 23:50:00
YPG blast wounds six people near Turkish border
At least six people were wounded in a new car bomb attack rocking the opposition areas near the Turkish border, local activists said Saturday.
The blast of Sajo village near Azaz town has followed  a series of attacks by powerful Kurdish YPG militia on Turkish-held areas in the past few weeks since the U.S. President Joe Biden came to the Oval Office.
Firefighters rushed to a fire that broke out after the explosion that damaged surrounding shops and houses; Anadolu agency said.
Northwestern Syria is administered by a self-styled opposition government.
Turkey considers the Syrian Kurdish People's Protection Units, or YPG, terrorists for their links to a decades-long Kurdish insurgency inside Turkey that has killed tens of thousands. The same fighters were the United States' partners on the ground in fighting the Islamic State group.

Zaman Al Wasl
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