DAMASCUS, SYRIA (07:50 PM) – Another car bomb has rocked the city of Jarabulus, in the north-east of Aleppo Governorate, on Sunday.

Jarabulus, a city under control of the Turkish-backed rebel forces known as Euphrates Shield, was hit by a VBIED for the third time in the past two months on Sunday, when a vehicle parked in the city centre exploded, injuring 13 people. Amongst the victims were civilians and children.

Rebel forces blame the Kurdish-dominated Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) for the blast, saying that the vehicle likely came from the Kurdish-held city of Manbij and made its way through rebel checkpoints all the way to Jarabulus.

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