Man killed by blast in Aleppo countryside's Azaz
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Man killed by blast in Aleppo countryside's Azaz

Orient Net
Date: 2019-09-18 14:03
One man was killed on Wednesday (September 18) in the city of Azaz in Aleppo northern countryside, the White Helmets volunteers said. 

Mohammad Mujahid was killed after a blast ripped through his house in the east of Azaz, The Media Office in Azaz confirmed.   

No group has claimed responsibility for the attack. Locals say Assad regime sleeper cells or ISIS sleeper cells stand behind these kinds of attacks.

Azaz is controlled by the Free Syrian Army backed by the Turkish military after neutralizing ISIS terrorists who controlled the city till the end of 2016.  

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