ERBIL (Kurdistan 24) – An explosion rocked the Kurdish Syrian city of Afrin on Sunday, killing and injuring more than a dozen people, a health source said.
The blast targeted a local bus near the Kawa cross-road, but it was not immediately clear whether it was a suicide attack or an improvised explosive device (IED) previously left at the location.
“The blast killed at least three, and injured 12 more people,” a health care professional from a local hospital said.
it came hours after another "huge blast" near a military intelligence office in Damascus on Sunday that killed and wounded several people, London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights told AFP soon after Syrian state TV called it a "terrorist act".
"The explosion took place near a security branch in the south of the city. There are some people killed and injured but we could not verify the toll immediately," the monitor group added.
Editing by John J. Catherine