Three explosions hit Idlib and Aleppo countryside on Monday April 8, injuring civilians and Free Syrian Army (FSA) fighters, Orient news network reported.
An improvised explosive device (IED) exploded on Monday morning in a car in al-Qusoor neighborhood in Idlib city center, injuring a woman and her child.
Meanwhile, an IED detonated in a car in Kafr Nabl town, injuring Wardan Kawshaq, a FSA fighter.
The explosion resulted in the amputation of Wardan’s leg, according to Orient.
In Aleppo countryside, a commander of the FSA’s National Army was injured as his car was targeted with an IED at Zamzam Street in al-Bab city, the network added.
No one claimed responsibility for the blasts.