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World Turkey says car bomb kills 17 near Syria's Ras al Ain

18:50  26 november  2019
18:50  26 november  2019 Source:   reuters.com

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ANKARA (Reuters) – A car bomb killed 17 people near a Syrian border town seized by Turkish -backed forces last month, Turkey ’ s Defence Ministry said on. By Reuters• last updated: 26/11/2019 - 17:02.

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ANKARA (Reuters) - A car bomb killed 17 people near a Syrian border town seized by Turkish-backed forces last month, Turkey's Defence Ministry said on Tuesday, in an attack which it blamed on Syrian Kurdish YPG fighters.

A picture taken on Nov. 26, 2019 shows destroyed vehicles following a car bomb attack at a local market in the Turkish-held Syrian Kurdish town of Tel Hal along the border with Turkey in the northeastern Hassakeh province. © Nazeer Al-Khatib/AFP/Getty Images A picture taken on Nov. 26, 2019 shows destroyed vehicles following a car bomb attack at a local market in the Turkish-held Syrian Kurdish town of Tel Hal along the border with Turkey in the northeastern Hassakeh province.

The bomb struck Tel Halef village, west of the town of Ras al Ain, which saw some of the heaviest fighting when Ankara launched a military offensive in the area against the YPG last month. Ankara views the YPG as a terrorist group.

(Reporting by Tuvan Gumrukcu)

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