At least 40 people have been killed in a bomb attack in the north-western Syrian city of Afrin, Turkey says.
The governor of the neighbouring Turkish border province of Hatay said a fuel tanker rigged with a hand grenade exploded at a crowded market place.
He and Turkey’s defence ministry blamed a Kurdish militia group, the YPG, which they see as linked to Kurdish militant groups inside Turkey.
Afrin is controlled by Turkish forces and allied Syrian opposition factions.
Source: BBC News