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

The ministry said on Twitter that at least eight civilians, including one woman and child, were killed and dozens wounded in a car bomb attack in the town of Suluk, southeast of Tal Abyad, which was liberated on Oct. 13 from YPG/PKK terrorists in Turkey’s Operation Peace Spring.

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

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