The Turkish military disposed of an explosive device planted by unknown perpetrators in the car of one of the so-called Syrian National Army’s (SNA) leaders on November 17, a Rossa Primavera News Agency’s source in Syria informs.
“An engineering unit of Turkish troops detonated an improvised explosive device placed in the car of a terrorist, the head of the Lebanese al-Shimal (part of the SNA) detachment, in the town of Jerablus in eastern Aleppo,” the source said.
A similar case occurred on 18 November in the Syrian Al-Bab town in northern Aleppo. There, the Turkish military defused a 25-kg explosive device found in the city center.
The so-called Syrian National Army (SNA) is a union of the Turkish-backed radical groups. It numbers around 40,000 terrorists.
Many of the SNA militants were members of the ISIL (organization banned in Russia). Despite that, the SNA is considered as a moderate Syrian opposition in the West.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency