Explosion in Turkish-held city of northern Syria kills one, injures five civilians

Cases of violence has not taken a backseat despite the world at large battling with the novel coronavirus. In the latest of the violence, per the reports of a war monitor, an explosive device went off, in the Turkish-held city of al-Bab, in northern Syria on May 10.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported, the explosion rocked the Centre Roundabout in Al-Bab, in the north-eastern countryside of Aleppo, killing one and wounding five civilians. The agency also stated of the injured were children as well.

The region of Al-Bab is controlled by the Turkish forces and Turkey-backed rebels.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has previously reported a state of lawlessness, in areas controlled by Turkey and Turkey-backed rebels in northern Syria.

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