News sources reported Monday night that a car bomb had exploded and killed four people in the northern Syrian city of Afrin in Aleppo province.

Iran Press/Middle East:  At least four people were killed in the blast, news sources said. 

The city of Afrin in the northern Syrian province of Aleppo is occupied by the Turkish army and Turkish-backed terrorist groups.

Following the Turkish occupation, the northern cities of Syria occasionally witness the explosion of car and motorcycle bombs.

Areas in northern Syria are currently occupied by the Turkish army. The Turkish army has invaded Syria several times over the past three years. 

Turkey is one of the main supporters of terrorist groups in Syria. Turkey's aggression in northern Syria has drawn widespread international condemnation.


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