Three car bombings struck Turkey-occupied northern Syria
At least 18 person, including at four children and ore than 60 people were injured in the three blasts. Car bombings in Turkey-occupied northern Syria are relatively regular, but reports that children had been killed and wounded in the latest attacks drew criticism.
According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, A succeeding car bombing trembled the town of Azaz, killing a total of four, including a12-year-old girl, and injured more than 20 people. Another blast is also a car bomb, that killed five members of the Turkey-backed Free Syrian Army at a checkpoint in the village of Um Shakif in northern Aleppo province.