00:16 (GMT+4) Two car bomb explosions have taken lives of dozens in Syrian Idlib governorate, Sputnik reported, citing local media.
First car bomb, fitted with several tonnes of explosives, exploded near a supermarket and killed and injured more than 30 people, according to Al Mayadeen TV channel.
Another bomb has been set off by the terrorists near the headquarters of one of the local fringe groups, killing at least 20 people.
23:15 (GMT+4) At least 18 people were killed and tens more injured, including civilians, in an explosion in Syria’s northwestern city of Idlib, Reuters reported, citing a war monitor.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the explosion targeted the headquarters of a minor rebel faction in Idlib. It was not immediately clear what the nature of the attack was.
Ambulances and rescue teams rushed to the explosion site and efforts are under way to pull out the bodies and rescue the injured trapped under the rubble of the targeted building and neighboring houses, the monitor added.