At least four people were killed and 11 others were injured after a bus exploded in Syria's Afrin on Sunday, local media said.
According to reports, a bomb planted on a bus went off as the vehicle left a terminal. The explosion took place in close vicinity of the governor's office, the reports said.
Meanwhile, Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights chief Abdel Rahman said three people were killed and nine others were injured.
"The explosion is the result of a bomb that was placed in a bus in the centre of Afrin," Abdel Rahman said.
It was not immediately clear who was behind the blast.
Another bomb was planted along a busy street in a garbage dumpster, but injured no one.
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said the attacks would not deter Turkey from fighting terrorist threats along the country's border.
"These [attacks] will not deter us from fighting terror in Afrin. Our fight in Afrin, Jarablus, al-Bab will continue without interruption," the president said.
In January 2018, Turkey launched Operation Olive Branch to clear Afrin from PKK-affiliated People's Protection Units (YPG) and Daesh terrorists, who have been oppressing the local population before the Turkish military's intervention.
After a 2-month-long operation, Turkish military cleared terrorists from the war-torn city, allowing tens of thousands of Syrians to return home to established security and stability.
In its more than 30-year terror campaign against Turkey, the PKK — listed as a terrorist organization by Turkey, the U.S. and the EU — has been responsible for the death of some 40,000 people, including women and children.