The YPG/PKK terror group killed at least two civilians and wounded four in a car bomb attack in northern Syria, Turkey’s National Defense Ministry said on Monday.

The ministry said on Twitter that YPG/PKK terrorists had targeted the town of Tal Abyad but a Turkish military checkpoint blocked them from entering the town, and it exploded on the outskirts.

The terrorist suspected of being responsible for the attack was arrested.

The YPG/PKK terror group is targeting settlement areas under control of the Syrian National Army (SNA), which fought alongside the Turkish forces in Turkish-led anti-terror operations in northern Syria.

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