An ISIS car bomb exploded near barracks of the Syrian Democratic Forces in the Syrian city of Raqqa on April 26, the Al Mayadeen TV reported.
According to the report, the explosion left dead at least 10 SDF fighters.
This was the second deadly explosion that targeting SDF facilities in Raqqa in April. On April 9, 13 people were killed in a blast near an SDF checkpoint in Raqqa, which used to be the key ISIS stronghold in this part of Syria.
The city was retaken from ISIS in October, 2017, by the SDF and its US backers. However, the security situation in the area remains poor.
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