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In Photos: Two Consecutive Explosions Hit Syria’s Jarabulus, Child Reportedly Killed

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In Photos: Two Consecutive Explosions Hit Syria's Jarabulus, Child Reportedly Killed

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On April 27, two consecutive explosions hit the town of Jarabulus in the north-eastern countryside of Aleppo.

According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, an IED explosion hit a vehicle that belonged to a member of the Turkish-backed police, after that a motorcycle-bomb explosion took place near a former military headquarters in Jarabulus city. 14 people were reportedly injured, including a child, and as material damage was caused. According to Syria Civil Defence, the child was killed, and  20 people were injured.

In Photos: Two Consecutive Explosions Hit Syria's Jarabulus, Child Reportedly Killed

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In Photos: Two Consecutive Explosions Hit Syria's Jarabulus, Child Reportedly Killed

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In Photos: Two Consecutive Explosions Hit Syria's Jarabulus, Child Reportedly Killed

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2 comments

  1. Willing Conscience (The Truths says:

    So who’s surprised by this, no one, but I think they should have bombed the dam in Turkey instead of this misguided act of revenge, it hasn’t achieved anything helpful, but blowing up the Turkish dam would have.
    Erdogan’s shutting off the water supply and the Syrian people don’t have enough to water to irrigate their crops, so soon they’ll not only be desperate for drinking water, they’ll also have less food to eat, but is anyone condemning Erdogan and Turkey for their behavior, no they’re not, no one is, not even Assad’s allies, so why aren’t they condemning Erdogan and demanding he stop?
    The Syrians and Turks have a signed contract and Erdogan’s breaking it, so surely the Turkish/Russian MOU can be used to pressure Erdogan into stopping his malicious [and what I’d deem to be illegal] act of bastardry.
    This is Erdogan’s thoughtful way of helping out in Syria’s presidential elections, he shuts off the water supply just before the vote, what a hero.
    Where are the UN now, are they going to wait until there’s mass starvation in Syria before they say something, and what about the international courts, are they demanding a stop to Erdogan’s illegal activities, and threatening legal actions if he doesn’t stop, LOL, not for Assad they’re not, at least I haven’t heard anything yet, but then again I wasn’t really expecting them to, but I am expecting Putin to say something to Erdogan, something that goes something like this,

    ‘Return the water flow to it’s normal rate or we’ll bomb your dam in Turkey’

    But of course I know that won’t happen, so come on Putin, at least do something, the people need water or they’ll start to die.

  2. johnny rotten says:

    Every day in Syria die children and adults for mines, spread from Al-Qaeda before those territories were released, but in the West doesn’t give a damn about Syrian children who die, it is not that perhaps the Syrians are not black enough for tastes Western?

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