An explosive device in “Ras al-Ain” kills 2 militants and 2 women.
A violent explosion rocked the city of Ras al-Ain in the northwestern countryside of Al-Hasakah, which is under the control of the Turkish forces and their factions.
Sources of the Syrian Documentation Center reported that the explosion was caused by an explosive device that exploded in a commercial store, killing 2 members of the Ankara factions, and 2 women who happened to be in the area.
The source pointed out that one of the elements belonged to the “20th Division” and the other to the “Mu’tasim” faction which is supported by Turkey.
Indicating that the explosion also resulted in extensive material damage in the area.
As the Turkish control areas in northern Syria are witnessing a state of security chaos and the proliferation of explosive devices, amid the inability of the Turkish forces and the factions to control the security situation in the region, while civilians in those areas pay the price of this security chaos.