Damascus, January 2 According to a Syrian news agency, a car bombing attack occurred in Hasakeh governorate in northeast Syria on the 2nd, causing many deaths and injuries, including civilians.
It is reported that the explosion occurred in a vegetable market in Ras Ain city, Hasakeh governorate.
A car containing explosives was detonated, killing two children, injuring their mothers, and killing and injuring several Turkish-backed Syrian rebels.
According to the British-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, the bombing that day killed five people, including women and children, and injured four others, some of whom were seriously injured.
At present, no organization or individual has declared that the attack was caused.
Recently, the situation in Ras Ain city has been chaotic, and armed factions are hostile to each other.
They often create explosions in public places to seize territory, causing a large number of civilian casualties.
The city of Ras Ain and its surrounding area is currently controlled by the Turkish army and the Syrian opposition forces supported by it.
On October 9, 2019, Turkish troops crossed the border into northern Syria and launched military operations against Kurdish forces that had long been regarded as a terrorist organization, occupying several areas in northern Syria near the Syrian-Turkish border.
Syria condemns this and says it will take all legitimate means to fight against it.