According to the Syrian News Agency, the explosion occurred near the town of Taylor Abyad, near the Turkish border in the northern province of Raqqa. A car loaded with a large amount of explosives was detonated on the main street of Suruk village, killing five civilians and injuring 17 others, many of them seriously.
The Syrian Press said that since the Turkish army and its supporting Syrian opposition forces have caused chaos and turmoil since the occupation of Suluk on October 13, there have been many car and motorcycle bombings, resulting in dozens of casualties.
On October 9, Turkish troops entered northern Syria to fight the Kurdish armed forces that they regarded as terrorist organizations. On the 13th, Turkey announced the occupation of the town of Tyler Abuye in the northern border town of Syria. On the 17th, Turkey and the United States reached an agreement on the temporary ceasefire of the Turkish army in northern Syria and the establishment of a “safe area.” According to the memorandum of understanding signed by Turkey and Russia on the 22nd, since 12:00 on October 23, Russian military police and Syrian border guards began to assist Kurdish armed personnel and equipment to withdraw to the area 30 kilometers south of the Turkish-Syrian border within 150 hours. . On the 29th, the Russian Defense Ministry said that Kurdish armed forces had withdrawn from the “safe area.”