According to SANA, on Monday evening, a bomb exploded in the town of al-Qamishli by the Syrian-Turkish border killing one person.
Terrorists denoted an explosive device after planting in a car near a Post Office. Obviously, this act of terror is another attempt to torpedo the peace process and is directed against the people of Syria.
Al-Qamishli is under control of the government forces and Kurdish militia. Previous major explosion in the town took place in July, 2016. Then, 52 people were killed and about 200 civilians got wounded.
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