At least 40 civilians, including 11 children, were killed on April 28 in a YPG/PKK terrorist attack in northwestern Syria, Turkey's Defense Ministry said.
At least 47 others were also wounded in the attack in the Afrin city center carried out using a bomb-rigged fuel tanker, the ministry said in a tweet.
At least four people were killed in a car bomb attack in Afrin city of northwestern Syria on Feb. 10, state-run Anadolu Agency reported.
An explosive-laden vehicle detonated in the center of the city, killing four civilians and injuring 15 others, some of whom are in critical condition, said the sources who asked not to be named for fear of reprisal.
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said the Turkey-backed Operation Olive Branch into Syria's northern district of Afrin has eliminated "all terror groups" there.
Three civilians were killed and eight injured on Jan. 20 in a bomb attack in the northern Syrian town of Afrin.
At least nine people were killed on Dec. 16 when a car bomb exploded in a vegetable market in the northwest Syrian city of Afrin, in the latest such attack in towns under control of Turkey-backed rebel groups, witnesses and rebel sources said.
Trade Minister Ruhsar Pekcan
Turkish Health Ministry opened a new health center in northwestern Syrian city of Afrin, which was purged of YPG militants in Turkey's Operation Olive Branch.