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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