A car bomb attack has killed up to 60 people and injured 50 more in the Syrian northern town of Azaz located near the Turkish border, according to reports in Turkish media outlets.
A car bomb was detonated near the headquarters of the Ahrar al-Sham militant group.
The town of Azaz is a key logistical hub in northern Syria controlled by pro-Turkish militant groups.
— WorldOnAlert (@worldonalert) January 7, 2017
No group has claimed responsibility for the attack yet.
Most likely the car bomb attack was a result of the tensions between militant groups supporting the ongoing ceasefire across Syria and militant groups opposing it.