Syrian National Army detonates two car bombs in Aleppo
On Tuesday, Military Police of the Syrian National Army detonated two car bombs near the cities of Jarabulus and Azaz in the Aleppo governorate, Northern Syria.
Hisham Derbala, the commander of the Military Police in Azaz, north Aleppo, reported that the Military Police received information about a vehicle bomb parked by the road to the Bab al-Salama border crossing near the city.
Derbala added that following investigations and searches, the Military Police detected and detonated the vehicle bomb. Derbala noted that the vehicle included a timer and 200 kilograms of very explosive materials.
Derbala accused those he called, “terrorist organizations that aim at destabilizing the area” of plotting the vehicle bomb.
The Military Police detonated a car bomb in a Mercedes at the Aoun al-Dadat checkpoint near the city of Jarabulus, northeastern of Aleppo, Northern Syria, according to eyewitnesses.
On Monday, a car bomb exploded near the local council of the town of Akhtarin, 40 kilometers north of Aleppo, killing three civilians and injuring ten others.
On Monday, the local council of Azaz city called to raise the alert and undertake the necessary procedures to sustain security in Northern Aleppo, Northern Syria.