A series of explosions Saturday throughout makeshift oil refineries in northwestern Syria are being blamed on terrorist bombings, local media report.
More than 10 of the improvised refineries were destroyed, Enab Baladi reports.
No one has claimed responsibility for the attacks. However, Civil Defense officials attributed the blasts to Syrian regime forces and Russian allies.
Unidentified aircraft were previously responsible for refinery bombings in Tarhin and al-Koussa.
The small homemade refineries provide fuel for the northern and eastern parts of rural Aleppo. The refineries supply small gas stations found throughout opposition-held areas controlled by the Syrian National Army.