8 killed, 20 injured by car bomb in northeast Syria

Turkey‘s Defence Ministry says a car bomb has killed at least eight civilians in northeast Syria near the Turkish-held town of Tal Abyad.

The ministry said Sunday that 20 people were also injured in the attack in the village of Salik Atik, south of Tal Abyad. It blamed the attack on Syrian Kurdish fighters.

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Turkey invaded northeast Syria last month to push out Syrian Kurdish fighters near the border.

Ankara considers the Kurdish-led forces to be terrorists because of their links to Kurdish militants fighting inside Turkey.

Locals attack Turkish-Russian patrols in Syria

Locals assault Turkish-Russian patrols in Syria

The Kurdish teams have known as in Syrian executive forces to halt Turkey’s advance.

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Syrian executive forces have since clashed with Turkish troops and Turkey-backed opposition combatants, in spite of a shaky truce brokered via Russia.

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