Destroyed buildings seen after an ISIS car bomb attack hit the Syrian Kurdish city of Qamishli. Photo: ARA News
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QAMISHLI – A car bomb attack hit Wednesday the Kurdish-majority city of Qamishli in northeastern Syria, causing dozens of civilian casualties.
Medical sources in Qamishli told ARA News that at least 41 people lost their lives and more than 185 others were injured.
Also, a number of victims remained stranded under the rubble.
In the meantime, radical group of the Islamic State (ISIS) claimed responsibility for the deadly attack in Qamishli, which targeted a Kurdish security checkpoint in the Gharbiya district, causing a mass destruction in the nearby residential buildings beside dozens of civilian casualties.
Reporting by: Ahmed Shiwesh
Source: ARA News