Suicide bomber kills three at refugee camp on Syria-Jordan border

By REUTERS
October 16, 2016 22:49

 
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AMMAN - A suicide bomber believed to be from the Islamic State militant group killed three people and injured at least 20 others in an attack on Sunday on an outpost manned by a Syrian rebel group at a refugee camp on the border between Syria and Jordan, a rebel official said.

The attack targeted the Jaish al-Ashair rebel group at the Rakban camp, said Said Saif, spokesman for the Forces of Martyrs Ahmed al-Abdo Brigades, a Free Syrian Army rebel group fighting against Islamic State.

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