UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (VOP TODAY NEWS) — A policeman was killed and two people were wounded Sunday in a car bomb attack in the mainly Kurdish city of Qamishli in northeastern Syria, a security official told AFP.
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“A car bomb exploded on Sunday in the Al-Arbouiya neighborhood near the industrial school,” a spokesman for the Asayish Kurdish security forces, Ali al-Hassan, told AFP. .
Hassan pointed out that the car was detonated “remotely”.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights confirmed the killing of a member of the Asayish.
An AFP correspondent at the scene saw the fire rising from the car, which firefighters were engaged in extinguishing its fire.
The city of Qashli, one of the most prominent cities of self-administration established by the Kurds in the north and northeast of the country, and the Syrian regime forces maintain government headquarters and administrative and some forces.
Kurdish forces’ control areas in northeastern Syria are subject to occasional suicide bombings, car bombings, motorbike bombs and kidnappings, most of which are carried out by the extremist organization.
The city of Qamishli witnessed several bloody attacks. In July, several people were injured in a car bomb attack near a church.
At least seven civilians, including a child, were wounded on June 17 in a suicide car bomb attack near the headquarters of Kurdish security forces in the city. However, the deadliest attack occurred in July 2016, killing 48 people in a truck bombing.
Syria has been plagued by a bloody conflict since its outbreak in 2011 that has killed more than 370,000 people and caused massive destruction of infrastructure, displacing more than half of the population inside and outside the country.
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