There was a car bomb in Syria over the weekend which led to the death of 15 people. In Syria over the weekend, a bomb exploded in al-Bab Northern Syria on Saturday which ended the lives of 15 individuals and about 50 wounded.  The district of al-Bab is part of a territory controlled by the Syrian National Army, which is an umbrella group for armed Syrian opposition parties.

A total number of 15 people were killed. 12 bodies were identified by their names ‘’and three other bodies have still not being identified as a result of being charred and mutated,” Hassan Abu Salah, director of the volunteer rescue group Syrian Civil Defense, also known as the White Helmets said.

She added that at least 50 people were injured. “At the location of the explosion, the Syrian Civil Defense workers removed body parts and collected them in bags and were handed to hospitals,” said Salah.

Turkey’s Ministry of National Defense blamed Kurdish groups in the region in a tweet on Saturday as it was not certain as to who did the bombing “Inhumane and uncivilized PKK/YPG terrorists continue to target innocent civilians using the same methods as DAESH.

This time the terrorists detonated a car bomb in the al-Bab bus terminal in the Op Euphrates Shield area, killing 10 civilians and injuring more than 15,” said the Turkish Ministry of National Defense. However, as people are speculating the culprites involve, investigations are currently going on as to who set the bomb.