Ten civilians, including two children, martyred in two car bomb blasts in Ras al-Ayn in Hasaka countryside

HASAKA, (ST)-Eight people were martyred and seven others were wounded on Saturday in a car bomb blast near Tal Halaf silos to the south of Ras al-Ayn city in Hasaka northwestern countryside where the Turkish occupation forces and mercenaries are positioned.

Local sources told SANA reporter that the explosion claimed the lives of eight civilians, wounded seven others, caused material damage in the site and burned several cars.

Two children martyred, three civilians wounded in a car bomb blast in Ras al-Ayn city

Yesterday, a car bomb explosion in Ras al-Ayn claimed the lives of two children and wounded three civilians.

 According to local sources, a booby-trapped taxi exploded Friday evening in Ras al-Ayn city, where Turkish occupation forces and terrorist mercenaries have positions, killing two children, wounding three civilians and caused material damage to properties.

 The areas controlled by Turkish-affiliated  terrorist groups in Hasaka countryside witness repeated explosions and infighting among the terror groups over areas of influence, thus turning the life of civilians into a nightmare.

Infighting among terrorists in Ras al-Ayn renewed

In another development, several Turkish-backed mercenaries were injured as infighting renewed among terrorists of al-Hamzat Division and Ahrar al-Sharqeya" terror groups in Ras al-Ayn city.

The clashes, which erupted over mutual accusations of treason and assassination attempts, caused panic to citizens and led to the injury of several terrorists and the burning of several cars that belong to the terror groups, local sources said.

Last April, the Turkish occupation brought in convoys of military vehicles to Ras al-Ayn city and its vicinity in order to support its illegal bases and mercenaries there.

Hamda Mustafa