Notorious Ankara-Backed Terrorist Commander Killed in Al-Bab
One of the senior commanders of the National Liberation Front (NLF) was killed in a huge blast in Aleppo as tensions have increased in regions occupied by the Ankara-backed militants.
Sources close to the terrorist groups in Northern Syria reported on Tuesday that the blast occurred in the town of al-Bab in Northeastern Aleppo, killing Abu Abdolrahman Ma’askarat along with a number of his aides and wounding several other militants.
Meantime, the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported 10 casualties after a bomb planted in a military vehicle of the terrorists went off in al-Azraq region of al-Bab.
Infighting and insecurity in regions occupied by the Ankara-backed terrorists in Northern Aleppo have recently increased.
In a relevant development on Sunday, a number of militants were killed and wounded in fresh clashes between two Ankara-backed groups in Northeastern Aleppo.
Terrorists of Tajamo Ahrar al-Sharqiyah clashed with Sultan Murad rival militants, both backed up by the Turkish troops, in the village of Tal al-Hawa in al-Bab region in Northeastern Aleppo that left 3 terrorists dead and more than 10 others wounded.
The clashes broke out after Sultan Murad gunmen killed a member of Ahrar al-Sharqiyah near the small town of al-Qatourah in Eastern Aleppo that led Ahrar al-Sham to storm and capture several positions of Sultan Murad militants.
Residents in al-Bab are expressing deep anger as infighting between rival militants has intensified in the region.