Rocket targeting Azaz district leaves five civilians dead, including a child, and eight others wounded, reports and witnesses say.
Protesters asked the Turkish Armed Forces and Syrian National Army to clear their lands of the terrorists.
At least four civilians were killed and a dozen others injured in Syria's northwestern town of Azaz after the terror group fired a rocket from nearby Tel Rifaat.
A roadside bomb exploded in the northern Syrian district of Afrin, killing at least three people and injuring three others.
Washington deeply alarmed by the frequency of such attacks in recent months.
The death toll is feared to rise as the two separate terror attacks in northern Syrian towns of Al Bab and Azaz have left at least 29 others wounded.
At least five civilians were killed after an explosives-laden vehicle blew up in the town of Azaz. No one has claimed responsibility for the attack yet.
The interim government and local councils announced the decision amid the Syrian Pound’s freefall as economic conditions worsened.
Kirsehir's prosecutor’s office said that 25 of dead Daesh leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi's close relatives had been remanded in an anti-terror operation.
Abu Bakr al Baghdadi's 65-year-old sister, known as Rasmiya Awad, was captured in a raid on Monday evening on a trailer container she was living in with her family near the town of Azaz in Aleppo province.
The attack took place in Azaz, a city that plays a crucial role in Turkey's operations in Syria that aims to secure a safe zone for Syrian refugees.
Syria's northwestern city of Azaz is just a 20 minute drive from the border with Turkey and it is a gateway to Europe for any Daesh fighters wanting to escape the war.
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