At least 38 people were killed and 15 others were injured late Tuesday in two suicide car bombings carried out allegedly by Daesh on the al-Sham Front, a Syrian opposition group, in northern Aleppo province.
Saleh Anadani, al-Sham Front’s spokesman, told The Anadolu Agency that 30 people were killed when a Daesh militant rammed his explosives-laden vehicle into the al-Sham Front’s headquarters in Horan Klis area. “Later, another suicide attack in Marii district killed eight fighters, including two senior opposition commanders, and injured 15 civilians,” Anadani added.
Ahmed Hassan, a local activist, said that Daesh had shelled opposition-controlled areas of Marii, Horan Klis and Soran town in northern Aleppo.
Seven injured in the attacks were taken to Turkey through the Oncupinar border crossing to get treatment for their wounds, sources added.
Many Syrian opposition groups had agreed to unite under the banner of al-Sham Front on Oct. 25, 2014.
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