The explosions took place near the building of the provisional government of Syria and at a checkpoint in the Zerzour district.
In northern Syria, in the cities of al-Bab and Azzaz, there were two terrorist attacks, killing 10 people and wounding 24 more. This was reported by Anadolu the day before.
It is said that the first explosion occurred in the Syrian opposition-controlled town of Aazaz. The explosive device was placed in a car parked near the building of the interim government of Syria and the city’s cultural center. Four people were killed and 20 Syrians were wounded.
An explosion followed shortly afterward at a checkpoint in the area of Zerzour, 5 km east of the town of Al-Bab. Six people were killed and four injured. Earlier Syria claimed 18 Israeli airstrikes in the southeast of the country. At the time, 57 people were killed, including 14 members of the Syrian government army and 27 fighters from pro-Iranian units.
It was also reported that in the Syrian province of Hama, on the Salamiya-Atraya highway, terrorists attacked three buses, killing nine people.