BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:20 A.M.) – A massive explosion was reported in the northern countryside of the Aleppo Governorate last night after a Turkish military convoy hit was suspected to be a roadside bomb near the city of Jarabulus.

According to reports from northern Aleppo, the explosion occurred as the Turkish military was heading towards their base in the town of Al-Baldaq, which is located south of Jarabulus.

Pro-militant activists reported that many Turkish soldiers were wounded as a result of the blast. No soldiers were reported dead by the opposition activists.

No further details have been released since the preliminary reports that emerged before midnight on Wednesday.

The Turkish Ministry of Defense has not commented on this blast.

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Long Live Syria
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Long Live Syria

Its a highway to h**l!!
Few more on regular basis then the Turki Military will find it impossible to move around with the fear of more potential IEDs being planted by the Kurdish Militia.

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Oh, you know, after Trump thanked the “Sultan” for helping to get Abu-Bark, ISIS remainder may start biting the hand that fed them 😉
As I already pointed many times in the past : when you play all sides against the others, you end with EVERYBODY having your a$$ on the line…
You’ll only know who did it if one claims the attack (and you can’t even be sure it’s true!)

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De ser cierto o verdad la información, excelente noticia, quien quiere que haya sido son patriotas que no quieren Turcos en territorio Sirio.