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Triple car bombings in Turkey-occupied Syria draw UN condemnation

Bombings in Afrin, Azaz and a village near al-Bab claimed at least 18 lives this weekend.

Three car bombings struck Turkey-occupied northern Syria on Saturday and Sunday, killing at least 18 people, including at least four children. More than 60 people were believed to have been injured in the three blasts.

The first blast occurred in the historically Kurdish city of Afrin on Saturday, killing eight and injuring 27, according to Syria’s White Helmets.

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